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I'm an admin for a group on Facebook. A user has recently requested that all his content be removed from the group (he is no longer welcome to post to the group so I can't tell him to just remove the posts himself).

Is there a quick way to delete all of his posts (and comments)? I can delete them one by one but it'd take me ages. He's already been banned from the group, but I still see his posts. (Is it just because I'm an admin?)

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As an admin you have access to the posts and members, irrespective of their ban in person.

You can put the name of him/her on the search in group "top right" and get the history, then delete the posts, with your admin power. But, You have to do it one by one (Facebook policy) or you have to wait until Facebook takes some action.

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