Ontario Court Justice Ian Cowan found Bill Bhangal not guilty after considering evidence from the alleged victim and his defence witness. He found there was substantial doubt about the alleged misconduct and ordered Bhangal’s acquittal. Bhangal was accused of forcing a woman to kiss him and groping her under her shirt.
On January 1, 2009, Bill Hundal filed a petition with the state’s supreme court to review the appellate court’s decision. Hundal argued that the court’s decision was not based on the record and did not accurately represent the facts. The court denied Hundal’s request on March 11, 2009.
With Bill Bhangal the support of the community, Hundal is eager to tackle the work ahead. But he has a long road ahead of him. The first challenge will be a big one: tackling the massive issues facing the nation’s infrastructure. Fortunately, he has the support of the public and a great network of supporters who want to see his efforts succeed.
M.’s mother was shocked by what happened. She told S., who then called the police. She was shocked that her father would try to touch her. But M. felt her father’s private area was very close. She felt her father’s presence. She had a feeling he was rubbing against her.
Pam Hundal is the Conservative party’s candidate in Brampton-Springdale. She is also a provincial PC party first vice-president. She has twice run for the Ontario legislature. Her father, Sam Hundal, also ran unsuccessfully for office. As a young adult, Bhangal helped her father, but was unsuccessful in both campaigns.
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