1995 Prototype 911 Plan

Defense Intelligence Agency Refuses to Declassify Info on Project Bojinka

I found this one on the Price Of Liberty site...It is an attempt to declassify the details of the bojinka plot, but I also included a response letter from Sam Karmilowicz, who, at the time, was a Special Agent of the U.S. State Department Bureau of Diplomatic Security Service working in the Philippines where this plot was uncovered. His letter to Me follows as does His information on what He experienced there. His story is in Counterpunch.

>>> I sent the National Security Agency a Freedom of Information Act request asking for files on Project Bojinka. (Bojinka was the plot by radical Islamists—led by WTC-bomber Ramzi Yousef—to 1) blow up a dozen US passenger jets in mid-flight, 2) assassinate President Clinton and the Pope, and 3) ram hijacked passenger planes into US landmarks, including the Twin Towers, the Pentagon, the White House, CIA Headquarters, and the Sears Tower.) The plot was discovered in 1995 when authorities in the Philippines raided Yousef's apartment.

The NSA said that it would cost me thousands of dollars for them to search for Bojinka documents, then screen them for possible release. Even if they decided that not a single document was releasable, I'd still have to pay the outlandish fees.