Ibn Ali Miller speaks as his mother Sabrina Winters looks on at an Atlantic City Council meeting where he was honored Wednesday March 22, 2017, in Atlantic City, N.J. Millar, a New Jersey man who interrupted a street fight between two teenagers in a video that has drawn millions of views and wide praise, said Wednesday that he's saddened that his act of peacemaking isn't a more frequent occurrence. (Edward Lea/The Press of Atlantic City via AP)

ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. — A New Jersey man who interrupted a street fight between two teenagers in a video that has drawn millions of views and wide praise said Wednesday that he’s saddened that his act of peacemaking isn’t a more frequent occurrence.
“I’m crying because, this whole situation, it deeply saddens me,” Ibn Ali Miller said after being honored by Atlantic City’s council along with the boys. “It deeply saddens me, the fact that it’s unbelievable. This should be very believable, this should be a norm and this should be regular.”
The video had been viewed millions of times after being posted on Facebook on Monday. It starts with a fistfight in Atlantic City between two boys while others record it on their phones.
Miller then walks up, gets between the two and tells the onlookers that they’re cowards for recording the scuffle.
“Look, they laughing. Look,” Miller says while gesturing to the …
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