Warning- Very sad loss story

This poor mother was banned from Facebook for sharing a photo of her baby who was born with severe birth defects. I am so sick of hear these awful stories about Facebook banning mothers for sharing breastfeeding photos or photos of their very sick babies. Where is the kindness, compassion, and understanding? I am so heartbroken for this mom having to suffer the loss of her sweet baby boy and then when she tried to share her son with her friends and family Facebook banned her.

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4Katie
    03/07/14
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    4Katie
    I disagree. It is there baby and they love their baby like everyone else does. They wanted to share their baby's life with their friends and family. If I had a stillborn of a baby with severe birth defects I would share photos on facebook for my friends and family to see. My last baby was given less than 1% chance to be born alive and she would have looked very deformed at birth. It didn't even take me any thought, I would share photos of my baby with my friends and family no matter what she looked like.
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    4Katie
    Oops, I didn't realize it was posted two years ago. The date on the article was this week so I thought it was current.
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      03/07/14
      That's so sad :( I couldn't imagine going through something like that. It's very heart breaking to see anyone have to go through any situation like that.
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        4Katie
        I am glad to hear the ban was retracted and that they apologized.
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