A series of letters written by suspected terrorist Mohammed Rahim Al-Afghani were released by his lawyer this week, and the correspondence contains multiple references to Howard Stern references, including a straight up "Fla Fla Flo Hi".
The letters state that Al-Afghani wants to get in touch with Stern because he is the "King of All Media" and can help him distribute his message.
"If he is the King of All Media, he can help me," one letter reads, according to the Associated Press.
He also references Gary "Baba Booey" Dell'Abate as an ape, and uses the inside joke name "Fla Fla Flo Hi" to show his extensive knowledge of the show.
Stern addressed the story on Thursday's satellite radio broadcast, saying something about the story smelled fishier than a three day old marlin left out in the Cuban sun.
“I think the whole thing’s a fake. I think people are being scammed. It just doesn’t sound right to me…I think somebody’s feeding it to him and he’s writing it…I think someone’s telling him what to write…It just doesn’t sound right to me, so I’m ignoring it.”
Al-Afghani's letters reportedly also reference Fox News and the international dance megahit "Gangnam Style" by Psy. Gitmo officials say that while prisoners do have access to television and radio, Fox and Howard Stern are not part of the available programming on "campus".
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