Hillary Clinton may have perjured herself when answering questions under oath through her lawyer about whether she had previously communicated with Bryan Pagliano, the IT aide who set up and maintained Clinton's private email server.
Clinton last week answered questions from conservative watchdog group Judicial Watch and said she did not remember ever discussing her private server with Pagliano.
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"Secretary Clinton states that she does not recall having communications with Bryan Pagliano concerning or relating to the management, preservation, deletion, or destruction of any emails in her clintonemail.com email account," Clinton wrote through her lawyer, David Kendall.
However, recently released documents obtained by Judicial Watch through a Freedom of Information Act request indicate that Clinton included Pagliano in two emails from 2012 regarding technical problems with the server, the Washington Examiner reports.
Clinton and Kendall had raised objections to the question posed by Judicial Watch on whether she communicated with Pagliano, as well as many other questions submitted by the group that Clinton was court-ordered to answer.
The new documents show that Clinton, who used the email address email@example.com, emailed three people on March 18, 2012, including Pagliano, to address technical issues with her server network.
After Clinton's Blackberry started having problems, Pagliano messaged her about it.
"Let me take a look at the server to see if it offers any insight," Pagliano wrote.