“At the 1996 Bojinka trial of [bombing conspirators Ramzi] Yousef, [Abdul Hakim] Murad and Wali Khan [Amin Shah] in the Southern District [of New York], the Feds restricted their disclosure of the [Yousef’s] laptop’s contents to the nonsuicide Bojinka plot and to the initial plan to pilot a Cessna-like plane into CIA headquarters. But a blueprint for virtually the entire 9/11 plot was also contained on that laptop and the Philippines National Police got the details in early January 1995. ‘We told the Americans about the plans to turn planes into flying bombs as far back as 1995,’ said Avelino ‘Sonny’ Razon, the former colonel from the Presidential Security Group (PSG) who ran the Bojinka investigation. ‘Why didn’t they pay attention?’ “ [The 5th of the month used for date sorting purposes only.]

 – Peter Lance, Triple Cross, Pages 184-185