& # 39; He could disappear in Amish Country & # 39 ;: Experts theorize about how rapper Tekashi 6ix9ine could protect himself after testifying against members of his old gang
Rapper Tekashi 6ix9ine has said that he will not take witness protection after witnessing about members of Nine Trey Gangsta Bloods.
Nevertheless, the New York Post On Sunday, an article was published that investigated how the 23-year-old with rainbow-colored hair and multiple face tattoos could disappear after his testimony from the court.
Arlene Violet, a former prosecutor in Rhode Island who co-authored the book The Mob and Me: Wiseguys and the Witness Protection, hinted that the rapper could be protected if he went somewhere where no one would think he was looking for him , like the Amish country.
Protection: Rapper Tekashi 6ix 9ine can & # 39; disappear & # 39; after testifying against members of the Nine Trey Gangsta Bloods by going to Amish, the NY Post claimed on Sunday
& # 39; We can place it in a place like a Mennonite community or the Amish where they might not listen to rap music, & # 39; Violet explained.
One of the biggest problems in becoming anonymous is the tattoos that cover his face and neck.
If he would remove the tattoos, this would not only be quite expensive, but also quite painful, according to an expert for removing tattoos.
Inked: One of the biggest problems in becoming anonymous is the tattoos that cover his face and neck
& # 39; People are trying to burn it out or surgically removing it and all of those things are getting the ink out, but the problem is that it opens the top layer to get the surface, so it causes scar tissue, & # 39; said Jeff Garnett, co-owner of the tattoo removal company Clean Slate Laser.
Even if he tries to remove his tattoos, Dr. Jeremy Fenton of Schweiger Dermatology Group in New York that he never had a & # 39; clean slate & # 39; will have.
Yet, in the NY Post article, Gerald Schur, co-founder of the United States Federal Witness Protection Program, suggested that tattoos & # 39; treated & # 39; could be, although he did not respond.
Challenge: Even if he tries to remove his tattoos, Dr. Jeremy Fenton of Schweiger Dermatology Group in New York that he never fully completed a & # 39; clean slate & # 39; will have because of scar tissue
Although it was reported last week that he intends to reject witness protection, his lawyer Dawn Florio says no decisions have yet been taken.
& # 39; No one can be forced into it, & # 39; said Florio. & # 39; It is a decision that must be made by the customer and must also be approved to participate in [the program]. & # 39;
Federal marshals are said to inform the rapper about the dangers of life without witness protection when he has finished witnessing.
State witness: Federal marshals are told to inform the rapper of the dangers of life without witness protection once he has finished witnessing
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