During the past five years, members of the Watson administration have demonstrated a remarkable propensity for exaggeration or outright lying. In the February 26, 2014, story reporting the Crowley decision, Thomas Wogan claimed that the university's insurance would cover the damages awarded by the jury. Here are Wogan's comments:
Recently, a colleague sent me a copy of the university's insurance certificate. The liability limits are $1 million per occurrence and $3 million aggregate. Here is a copy of the relevant portions of the insurance certificate:
Here is the relevant portion large enough to read:
Of course, this means that the university is responsible for the payment of at least $3 million of the always increasing judgement. However, I believe that the university is responsible for the entire amount since the insurer is likely to refuse to pay for liability purposely caused by Wayne Watson and his administrative minions.
If any of this material is incorrect, I invite representatives of the administration to provide a rejoinder.