the archdiocese committed fraud in moving abusive priests without notifying new parishioners of prior allegations... .
The insurers denied coverage on the ground that the policies do not cover intentional acts by persons insured.
“Fraud by definition is intentional,” she [Judge DiMotto] said. “Why else would there be deception? We do not lie by accident.”
Therefore the policies would not cover such claims nor obligate the insurers to pay the costs of defending them.