Former independent counsel Ken Starr considered seeking an indictment against Hillary Clinton on perjury charges following her stunning 1995 deposition with investigators.
Starr made the explosive revelation in his new memoir, "Contempt: A Memoir of the Clinton Investigation."
Fox News obtained an advanced copy of the memoir and published some eyebrow-raising excerpts about Starr’s experience investigating the death of White House adviser Vince Foster and handling the Whitewater investigation.
"I was upset over Mrs. Clinton’s performance, and was even considering bringing the matter before the Washington grand jury for possible indictment on perjury," Starr writes.
He continues, "In the space of three hours, she claimed, by our count, over a hundred times that she 'did not recall' or 'did not remember.’ This suggested outright mendacity. To be sure, human memory is notoriously fallible, but her strained performance struck us as preposterous."
At the end of the day, Starr decided against seeking an indictment because of the difficulty of proving guilt based on her non-answers.
"What was clear was that Mrs. Clinton couldn’t be bothered to make it appear as if she were telling the truth," Starr writes.
During an interview, Starr was asked if he would apologize to Monica Lewinsky, who infamously had an affair with then-President Bill Clinton.
"No, I won’t. Because unfortunately, the facts are the facts, and we were put in the position that under the statute under which I was appointed – I had a duty, I had a responsibility," he responded.
Those who have been following the Clintons, the new revelations will likely not come as a surprise.