Too often the social media hub, Facebook, is used for things that I personally don't approve of, not this time.  Please share this video so that he may be heard around the world.

John Berlin from St Louis says “he just didn’t know what to do anymore” after trying repeatedly to contact the administrators of Facebook.

Berlin says his 21-year-old son Jesse died suddenly of natural causes on 28 January 2012, and with Facebook’s policy of removing a person’s account once their death has been verified, he can no longer access his son’s account.

In the video, he says: “I’m calling out to Mark Zuckerberg and Facebook. You’ve been putting out these new movies – these one-minute movies that everyone has been sharing, and I think they’re great.

“My son passed away January 28 2012, and we can't access his Facebook account. I've tried emailing different things but it ain't working. All we wanna do is see his movie, that's it.

“I don't even need to get on his account. If you guys could just do it yourself I don't care.”

 

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