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Ferguson: Obama adviser Valerie Jarrett secretly briefs civil rights leaders

After President Barack Obama warned Americans not to "rush to judgement" regarding the case of a white cop, Darren Wilson, shooting an unarmed black teenager, Michael Brown, Obama's top adviser Valerie Jarrett on Monday secretly held a conference via telephone and Skype with a number civil rights leaders to brief them on the prosecution of the Ferguson, Missouri, police officer, according to Frederick Pearlman, a police official in Washington, D.C.

Several commentators allege that Valerie Jarrett is Obama's puppetmaster.
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While saying his administration is being unbiased about the case, Obama's staff -- especially Jarrett, who is called by many "Obama's puppetmaster" -- is working the phones to assure the Democratic Party's important "civil rights community" voting block, said Pearlman, a former president of a top police organization.

Attorney General Eric Holder and White House adviser Valerie Jarrett assured the leaders, who are still not identified, that the Brown case is a top priority. Holder allegedly took part in the phone conference, as well.

Holder and the people on the call discussed the FBI agents locating more than 200 people to interview about the case. Holder reportedly said that the FBI agents are attempting to find out is there is sufficient evidence to show that the Ferguson police officer used excessive force and violated the 6'4" tall, 290 lbs. Brown's civil rights that can be used in a federal criminal prosecution.

She also said that during his televised briefings, Obama wanted to reiterate to law enforcement officials how they have constitutional limits even when facing the rioters and to let them know that Holder will not rest until the case is resolved.

Meanwhile on Tuesday, Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon was accused of taking sides in the Ferguson tragedy by making statements about "justice" for the Brown family.

Gov. Nixon said that a "vigorous prosecution must now be pursued" even before there was an indictment by the grand jury. He also said that the prosecution has an "obligation to achieve justice in the shooting death of Michael Brown... and it must be carried out thoroughly, promptly, and correctly; and I call upon them to meet those expectations."

"Finally, once we have achieved peace in Ferguson and justice for the family of Michael Brown, we must remain committed to rebuilding the trust that has been lost, mending what has been broken, and healing the wounds we have endured," said the Democrat.

"I was floored by his statements. Justice is justice. You don't prosecute someone just to give someone else justice, you do it to give justice for all. This governor, like Eric Holder, is a disgrace," said former police detective Iris Aquino.