|Michael Terpening in trial for multiple sex crimes|
Friday, in court, the assistant Attorney General, Angela Povilaitis, brought forward the DNA evidence that proves Brian, also known as Resident A at the House Next Door, was telling the truth in his statements. During the investigation, Brian led investigators to a spot where one sexual misconduct incident occurred with Terpening. He pointed to a spot where he alleged Terpening's DNA would be in the kitchen pantry of the house across the street from Terpening's home and Earth Services. He showed investigators the garbage can where a napkin was at, alleging it also had Terpening's DNA. According to his statements, Terpening had also given him a beer to drink and a cigar to smoke, which the remains were also in the garbage can. Brian's DNA were on those items, which corroborates the statements he provided all along, despite Terpening's malicious statements about him and the things he had others post on line about him, statements that later came up on a Google search about him.
When Terpening couldn't get the boys to drop the charges, he took the next step, similar to Jerry Sandusky, to tear apart the boys through lies that were posted online and statements made to his supporters that attacked them as people. These victims have been badmouthed, abused, molested, and hung out to dry. These victims were lied about and made out to be bad people to the public who have been watching this case evolve from a distance.
Trial resumes next week as more witnesses are called to testify.