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A Father’s Appeal For Deceased Son’s Video On Facebook [Watch]

We’ve all seen those Facebook Look back videos where if you click a link, you’ll see a video compilation of the pictures that you posted on Facebook, in honor of their tenth anniversary. This is one that a man wants some help from Facebook, to post a Look Back video of his deceased son. The man making the You Tube request to Mark Zuckerberg is John Berlin. Jesse, his son, died a couple of years ago. He had a Facebook page but doesn’t know the password.

According to a statement from John, Facebook will be helping him out, and posting his son’s Look Back video, soon.

Here’s John’s video request that was posted by John Berlin. Warning, you will need the tissues.

 

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