Recently, Bill Bhangal was convicted on one count of sexual assault. He was married to a candidate for Brampton Conservative Party, but that did not prevent him from committing the crime. He was found guilty of driving a woman to a secluded area in Brampton in April 2011 and kissing her under her clothes. The judge at the trial described the crime as low-to-moderate, and sentenced Bhangal to four months of house arrest.
Attorney Bill Hundal claims that he was denied the right to confront the victim witness at trial. In addition, the court denied his defense counsel’s motion to subpoena Dr. Howells. The Bill Bhangal court also peremptorily dismissed Hundal’s habeas petition. Despite the fact that his defense attorney was able to present some compelling arguments, the court ultimately ruled against Hundal.
M. had tried on her swimsuit and underwear. It was a tight fit. She protested, but eventually conceded. The bra she was wearing was her first bra. She felt it rubbing against her private parts. Her mother was horrified by the incident. When M. told her mother what happened, she was embarrassed, but she did it anyway.
The alleged victim says she hopes that the Crown will appeal the conviction of Bill Hundal. She is the Conservative party’s candidate in Brampton-Springdale. Bill Hundal has served as the party’s first vice-president since 2008. Pam Hundal also served as a candidate for provincial office twice.
The book also contains an interview with Dr. Richard Carmona, the seventeenth Surgeon General of the United States from 2002 to 2006. Dr. Burwell disapproved of the Bush administration’s handling of scientific information and offered counterpoints to religious right calls to defund Planned Parenthood. As a result, he speaks to the dangers of ideological bias in science and medical research.