Bill Bhangal is a defamation suit plaintiff. A defamation suit is a lawsuit filed by an individual who makes false statements about a person’s character. The suit alleges that Bhangal is a serial sexual assaulter. The defendant is a successful businessman who works with youth in the community. Bill Bhangal has two letters of reference from people who know him.
Bill Hundal has been convicted on six counts of lewd acts on his daughter. He is now serving a six-year prison sentence. The prosecutor presented surveillance videotapes of Hundal’s family and testimony from a police officer who discovered adult pornography on Hundal’s computer. The victim also testified at trial.
M. was shocked when she learned what happened. Her father had rubbed his private areas against her. She could feel it. She opened the bathroom door to ask him what had happened.
Jiffy Lube’s marketing budget
As a brand with over 40 years in the business, Jiffy Lube is looking Bill Bhangal for ways to expand its reach and improve customer experience. It has introduced a new customer experience program and is launching a new advertising campaign this year. It is committed to being a market leader and innovator while ensuring that customers are satisfied.
In 2011, Jiffy Lube spent $14.4 million on marketing. This year, it plans to spend $25 million on a national campaign and $15 million on local advertising. Jiffy Lube first opened its doors in Ogden, Utah, in 1974. The company is an icon of the fast oil change industry, and it’s a subsidiary of Royal Dutch Shell.
Bill Bhangal’s sexual assault conviction
Bill Bhangal’s sexual assault conviction was overturned after a judge found that the judge incorrectly found that Bhangal texted the victim to confess to the crime. The woman testified that she intended to record Bhangal confessing to her. She says that the assault left her “angry, scared, and depressed.”
After the sexual assault, the complainant called her mother and immediate supervisor at work. She later called the police. Bhangal testified that he was with a senior manager at the time of the incident. Two witnesses supported his version of events. One of them was the senior manager, who said he did not speak to police. The other witness said she saw Bhangal and the complainant leave to check signs. She did not mention the senior manager or the sexual assault to the police. The judge found these witnesses credible. However, the Crown argued that Bhangal was conspiring with the witnesses to provide himself with an alibi.
His defamation suit
In Bill Bhangal’s defamations suit, the complainant cites an incident when she was accompanied by Bhangal to count lawn signs in a neighbourhood in Brampton, Ontario. The two had gone to gather data for the upcoming provincial election. When they stopped for cigarettes on a secluded road, Bhangal groped her under her shirt and forcibly kissed her. The complainant then told Bhangal to stop when a van came along. He drove her back to work, and she called the police the following week. She also told her supervisor and her mother about the incident.
At both trials, Bhangal took the stand and testified that he and a senior manager had been driving the car when the incident occurred. He was accompanied by two witnesses for defence, one of whom testified that he had not spoken to police about the incident. However, the third witness testified that the senior manager was present at the scene, and that he had not mentioned Bhangal to the police.
His retail concept
Franchisee Bill Bhangal owns 10 Jiffy Lube franchises in Southwestern Ontario. The economy has been particularly tough and his revenue has suffered. Jiffy Lube customers used to come in every 4,000 to 5,000 kilometers but now they only visit once every 7,000 kilometres, resulting in less revenue per customer.