MicroStrategy Inc.’s vice president of corporate development operations,Betty Lauricia, says she squinted through her blinds as a stranger parked asport utility vehicle perpendicular to her car, blocking it in her driveway.When he reached the front door of her Oakton townhouse, he knocked on itfor 10 minutes, she says. When she refused to open the door, he paced infront of her house. The last knock came at 9:45 p.m.
Lauricia, 47, doesn’t answer the door after dark unless it’s a friend, andthis didn’t appear to be a friend. In fact, it was a process server sent byMicroStrategy with a subpoena ordering her to appear at a deposition thenext day, March 22.
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