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[/news/ghislainemaxwell/index.html Ghislaine Maxwell]'s lover told his local police department he would use a level of force associated with Tasers and non lethal munitions to stop intruders at the home he shared with her.<br>[http://www.superghostblogger.com/?s=Scott%20Borgerson Scott Borgerson] wrote to the chief of the police in Manchester-by-the-Sea in Massachusetts after journalists knocked the door of the $2.4million mansion last August, DailyMail.com can reveal.  <br>He said that 'I am thinking level four use of force' if he found an intruder, a law enforcement term to denote use of a Taser, pulling hair and pepper spray.<br>It also covers canine bites, [https://www.jamendo.com/en/search?qs=fq=license_cc:(-nc%20AND%20-nd)&q=strikes strikes] to the head and neck holds.<br>In the letter Borgerson said that some of his 'military/intelligence friends' would be house sitting while he was away with his family.<br>Until then he would begin 'physical patrols of my property on a random and rotating schedule'.<br>        Ghislaine Maxwell's lover and suspected husband Scott Borgerson wrote to the chief of the force in Manchester-by-the-Sea in Massachusetts last August is pictured on August 19, 2019 He is pictured outside of the police station the day after he sent the email to the chief of police. <br>              Borgerson is a former US Coast Guard officer and his father is a retired sheriff which explains why he is familiar with law enforcement language.<br><br>His letter makes clear the extent to which he would defend his home and Maxwell<br>        Borgerson wrote to the police after journalists knocked on the door to this $2.4million mansion (pictured) he shared with Maxwell and said, 'I am thinking level four use of force' if he found an intruder <br>Borgerson is a former US Coast Guard officer and [https://www.kynghidongduong.vn/tours/tour-du-lich-ha-noi-bac-kan-ho-ba-be-cao-bang-hang-pac-bo-thac-ban-gioc.html kynghidongduong.vn] his father is a retired sheriff which explains why he is familiar with law enforcement language.<br>His letter makes clear the extent to which he would defend his home and Maxwell, who was living with him there for some time.<br>DailyMail.com revealed last year that Borgerson, 44, a millionaire tech entrepreneur, and Maxwell, 58,  [https://www.kynghidongduong.vn/tours/tour-du-lich-ha-noi-bac-kan-ho-ba-be-cao-bang-hang-pac-bo-thac-ban-gioc.html tour thác bản giốc] were a couple who were living at his home in Manchester.<br><div class="art-ins mol-factbox floatRHS news" data-version="2" id="mol-85c6d810-d1ad-11ea-912a-65879f1c4859" website Maxwell&apos;s lover Borgerson said he would take down intruder

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[/news/ghislainemaxwell/index.html Ghislaine Maxwell]'s lover told his local police department he would use a level of force associated with Tasers and non lethal munitions to stop intruders at the home he shared with her.
Scott Borgerson wrote to the chief of the police in Manchester-by-the-Sea in Massachusetts after journalists knocked the door of the $2.4million mansion last August, DailyMail.com can reveal.  
He said that 'I am thinking level four use of force' if he found an intruder, a law enforcement term to denote use of a Taser, pulling hair and pepper spray.
It also covers canine bites, strikes to the head and neck holds.
In the letter Borgerson said that some of his 'military/intelligence friends' would be house sitting while he was away with his family.
Until then he would begin 'physical patrols of my property on a random and rotating schedule'.
Ghislaine Maxwell's lover and suspected husband Scott Borgerson wrote to the chief of the force in Manchester-by-the-Sea in Massachusetts last August is pictured on August 19, 2019 He is pictured outside of the police station the day after he sent the email to the chief of police. 
Borgerson is a former US Coast Guard officer and his father is a retired sheriff which explains why he is familiar with law enforcement language.

His letter makes clear the extent to which he would defend his home and Maxwell
Borgerson wrote to the police after journalists knocked on the door to this $2.4million mansion (pictured) he shared with Maxwell and said, 'I am thinking level four use of force' if he found an intruder 
Borgerson is a former US Coast Guard officer and kynghidongduong.vn his father is a retired sheriff which explains why he is familiar with law enforcement language.
His letter makes clear the extent to which he would defend his home and Maxwell, who was living with him there for some time.
DailyMail.com revealed last year that Borgerson, 44, a millionaire tech entrepreneur, and Maxwell, 58, tour thác bản giốc were a couple who were living at his home in Manchester.
<div class="art-ins mol-factbox floatRHS news" data-version="2" id="mol-85c6d810-d1ad-11ea-912a-65879f1c4859" website Maxwell's lover Borgerson said he would take down intruder

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