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A new identity

When someone has witnessed a crime and testifies in court, he or she may be placed in the witness protection program, meaning that the individual is provided with a new identity and moved elsewhere to start a new life, having no more ties to the former life. The individual thus becomes safe from any possible retribution for their testimony in court.

That’s the analogy

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