Posted BY: Wyatt | NwoReport
The recently uncovered recordings have provided insights into the life of John C. Floyd III, the father of Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis, who is currently overseeing the prosecution of Donald Trump. In these recordings, obtained by the New York Post, Floyd described the police in 1960s Los Angeles as an “occupying army” and used the term “Texas cracker” to refer to a prominent white politician from that era.
These revelations shed light on Floyd’s close relationship with his daughter Fani Willis, who is pursuing a complex anti-racketeering case against Trump, Rudy Giuliani, Mark Meadows, and others, alleging a plot to overturn Georgia’s 2020 election results. Trump has pleaded not guilty to these charges.
Fani Willis acknowledged her strong bond with her father and the continued influence of his values on her, although she didn’t directly address his past involvement with the Black Panthers.
John C. Floyd III founded the Black Panther Political Party in 1967, aligning the group with Malcolm X and advocating for black nationalism. He raised questions about conspiracy theories surrounding Malcolm X’s assassination and had connections with civil rights activist Angela Davis in the late 1960s, although the nature of their relationship remains unconfirmed.
Born in 1971, Fani Willis moved to Washington with her father at a young age, where he transitioned to a career as a criminal defense attorney, distancing himself from the Black Panther movement. Her upbringing by her “single dad” influenced her decision to follow in his legal footsteps.
These revelations provide a complex backdrop to Fani Willis’s role in the court case against Trump and others, which is expected to impact the 2024 presidential election significantly. The recordings shed light on her father’s activist past and his influence on her career, adding an intriguing dimension to the ongoing legal proceedings.