That was fast!
The agreement will last for three weeks, and will then be re-evaluated by the DCFS.
The terms of the temporary agreement, as reported by the gossip outlet, include:
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The internet is a powerful tool, especially when you can pull on the heartstrings!
John Berlin made a video, one that we posted just yesterday, pleading with Facebook to let his family have access to the 10 Year Anniversary 'Look Back' video for his son — who passed away two years ago.
John and his family had been struggling with gaining access to the page for the past two years, running into a LOT of roadblocks from Facebook, who claim everything was for security reasons. So John made a tearful video expressing his desire… his need… to see his late son Jesse's video.
John will soon have access to the movie! Facebook called him yesterday to deliver the AH-MAZING news:
Not only that, but people have been creating custom videos for John and his family using the public content on Jesse's Facebook!
The world can be such a great place!
Oh, and John plans to post the official video once he receives it! We can't wait to see it, as heartbreaking as it might be!
Congrats, John! We're so happy for the victory!
Watch the original video plea (below):