Hillary Clinton said under penalty of perjury that she has no recollection of key details about her use of a private email server in 21 of 25 questions posed in a lawsuit filed by the conservative group Judicial Watch. The sworn statements, filed in a U.S. District court late Thursday, came in response to a Freedom of Information Act request by the watchdog organization, which has filed numerous lawsuits seeking government documents from her tenure as secretary of State. In 18 of the 25, Clinton and lawyer David Kendall also entered objections to the legal wording of the questions. The answers provided no new information about her 2009 decision to use an outside computer network setup, for which she has been cleared of wrongdoing by FBI investigators. “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 email account to conduct official State Department business conflicted with or violated federal recordkeeping laws,” lawyers for the Democratic presidential nominee wrote under oath.