A recent article by former Presidential counsel John Dean is a long read, but worth the time. The facts are clear: Any claims that Hillary Clinton committed perjury are pure bullshit.
"Bottom line: The charges that Secretary Clinton lied to Congress are baseless. While there may be a few technical errors in her testimony, and there may be information that was discovered by the FBI after she testified, there is absolutely no evidence at all that she willfully and knowingly provided false information to Congress.
"Ironically, there are more false statements in the letter from chairmen Goodlatte and Chaffetz to the Department of Justice, which are clearly intentional, than the hours upon hours of testimony given by Secretary Clinton. If these men were ordinary citizens, they could be arrested for making false statements to law enforcement. They lied and played it for a one-day headline, and in doing so performed at the level of banana-republic legislators, if not lower. Sadly their actions are consistent with the thinking of the new Republican Party leader, Donald Trump, who would be proud of their effort to “Lock her up, Lock her up.”
"CARTWRIGHT: According to the manual, if you’re going to classify something, there has to be a header on the document? Right?
"CARTWRIGHT: Was there a header on the three documents that we’ve discussed today that had the little c in the text someplace?
"COMEY: No. There were three e-mails, the c was in the body, in the text, but there was no header on the email or in the text.
"CARTWRIGHT: So if Secretary Clinton really were an expert about what’s classified and what’s not classified and we’re following the manual, the absence of a header would tell her immediately that those three documents were not classified. Am I correct in that?
"COMEY: That would be a reasonable inference."