Hillary Clinton’s legal troubles stemming from her private email server have not gone away.

She had to answer written questions as part of a lawsuit brought by the watchdog group, Judicial Watch.

And her answers carry the penalty of perjury.

Judicial Watch filed a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit (FOIA) over access to her emails on her private server.

Clinton answered 20 times that she “could not recall” why she set up the server, nor if anyone warned her it could run afoul of federal record keeping laws.

She signed her answers on a statement, acknowledging that they carried the penalty of perjury.

Politico reports:

“Secretary Clinton states that she does not recall being advised, cautioned, or warned, she does not recall that it was ever suggested to her, and she does not recall participating in any communication, conversation, or meeting in which it was discussed that her use of a clintonemail.com e-mail account to conduct official State Department business conflicted with or violated federal recordkeeping laws,” lawyers for Clinton wrote.

 Clinton also said she could not recall ever being warned about any hacking or attempted hacking of her private account or server.

 Clinton signed the legal filing Monday “under penalty of perjury.” The submission was ordered by a federal judge in connection with a Freedom of Information Action lawsuit filed by the conservative group Judicial Watch.”

 Clinton also refused to answer two questions.

Judicial Watch wanted to know if she knew of the dangers of using a Blackberry not approved for classified intelligence and why she had testified that 90 to 95% of her emails were in state department systems.

Her lawyers claimed these questions were outside the bounds of what was allowed by the Judge, but Clinton’s lawyers looking for an excuse to duck answering questions raised eyebrows.

This wouldn’t be the first time Hillary Clinton has perjured herself.

When she turned over her emails, she acknowledged that under penalty of perjury, she turned over all work related emails.

We know this was not true.

FBI Director Comey stated work related emails were among the 30,000 deleted by her team.

Clinton also perjured herself when she testified before Congress.

Fox News reports:

“The four pieces of sworn testimony by Secretary Clinton described herein are incompatible with the FBI’s findings,”  House Oversight Committee Chairman Jason Chaffetz, R-Utah, and Judiciary Committee Chairman Bob Goodlatte, R-Va., wrote to U.S. Attorney Channing D. Phillips. “We hope this information is helpful to your office’s consideration of our referral.”

The Justice Department Assistant Attorney General for Legislative Affairs, Peter Kadzik, confirmed in an Aug. 2 letter to both committees they had the perjury investigation request and the department would “take appropriate action as necessary.”

Clinton lied to Congress when she claimed there was nothing marked as classified in her sent or received email folders.

This was not true.

110 emails on 52 chains had information marked as classified.

Clinton also testified that her team went through every single email to determine what was work related.

The FBI discovered that her lawyers did not read every email.

Instead they used keyword search terms to figure out if an email was work related.

Clinton’s final lie was claiming she only used one server.

Investigators found she used multiple servers.

Hillary’s lies and accusations of perjury have piled up.

Will she be held accountable for them?