Bill Bhangal and Bill Hundal
Bill Bhangal is a successful businessman with a strong sense of community responsibility. He has worked for charity in the community and is a respected businessman. His credentials are backed by two letters of reference. These letters of recommendation confirm that he will not hurt the victim and will help him move on with his life.
Bill Hundal was sentenced to six years in prison for child molestation. During the trial, the prosecution presented evidence that Hundal’s actions violated his daughter’s rights. The Bill Bhangal prosecution presented surveillance videotapes of Hundal and his family and the testimony of a police officer who discovered adult pornography on Hundal’s computer. The victim also testified at the trial.
M.’s mother was horrified and called the police to report the incident. After revealing what had happened to M., S. reluctantly agreed. She was now wearing a bra for the first time. The incident has prompted a national conversation about the issue. Among the issues raised are sexual assault and exploitation.
Hundal’s appeal to the state appellate court was dismissed in April 2010. On June 24, 2010, he filed a habeas petition pro se with the supreme court. In the petition, Hundal argued that the prosecution violated the Batson clause by peremptorily challenging the Hindu Sikh on the jury panel. Moreover, he alleged that his defense counsel failed to object to the challenge at trial. However, the supreme court rejected Hundal’s appeal without comment.
Bill Hundal’s wife Pam Hundal is an attorney and a provincial Conservative party candidate in Brampton-Springdale. She has run unsuccessfully for a seat in the Ontario legislature two times. She also served as the first vice-president of the PC Party in the province. Pam Hundal’s father Sam Hundal was unsuccessful in his campaign for an Ontario legislature seat.
In this interview, Dr. Harold Varmus, the 14th Director of the National Cancer Institute and co-recipient of the 1989 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine, discusses the latest advances in cancer research and his leadership experiences at the intersection of science and politics. The podcast includes a discussion of the role of the government in cancer research, as well as other topics relating to science policy.
Henna Hundal interviews Dr. Howard Bauchner, editor-in-chief of JAMA, about his efforts to expand JAMA’s reach through digital means. He also discusses the process of publishing an academic paper by a sitting U.S. president. There are also several topics related to education and the value of civic engagement.