TURN THE DELETE BACK ON
It seems that there are a lot of so called armature genealogists that think their information is correct and change your tree data with theirs. The original manager of that file cannot repair the damaged data because they have it locked. Well it appears that FamilySearch does not care if the information in a profile is correct with supporting data.
Again TURN THE DELETE BACK ON so the corrupted files can be fixed and the erroneous data can be repaired.
What part of FS's vast sprawl are you talking about? What do you mean by "back on"?1
Obviously someone that has not had some idiot put the wrong data in one of their family profiles, by adding profiles of a non-existing person or three as children. Now how are you supposed to correct errors like this ???? Oh that's right your not because the " DELETE person unavailable " and when you click it says in the last line " If this person never existed, use Get Help and Contact Us to have the data removed. " and nothing happens even when you send proof that they never existed. Now you should know what I am talking about.1
You can only delete people that you entered and no one else has edited. That is just a general principle of working in a common tree.
However, you can delete family relationships any time you need to. If there is a person added you can prove does not belong in the family, click on the pencil icon next to the person's name and follow the procedure for deleting the relationship.4
There is an obvious, inherent problem with allowing everyone to add or delete information, with or without sources attached. People who do not source there data are not really genealogists. This platform is open to everyone so one can count on misinformation; unfortunately incorrect entries are swamping the real genealogy work. Some of the families I have entered are such a mess now it's not worth trying to fix. Rarely do I use FamilySearch, it's just not reliable for family trees.1