Grieving Dad's Emotional Appeal to Facebook Goes Viral

Facebook has said it will grant John Berlin access to his deceased son's Lookback video.
3:00 | 02/06/14

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FaceBook is answering the prayers of a man in saint Louis Missouri in mourning over the loss of the sun and in need of a favor. John -- 22 year old son Jesse died on January 28 back in 2012. As is often the case no one knew his FaceBook password and his account went silent. To celebrate its tenth anniversary FaceBook has been allowing its users to give you a minute long look back video of their timeline. John -- posted a tearful plea to Mark Zuckerberg directly asking for help accessing his deceased son's FaceBook account. -- we want to do -- see his movie that's I don't mean Jones Carol. If you guys -- If you guys -- -- do so I don't care. Earlier posted -- video to YouTube on Wednesday more than 700000. People sought in the first day. Among them the people at FaceBook who contacted Berlin and told them that they would be sending him his son's --

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