Hello, I need someone that can take an article that has already been written and submit it to some major (smaller as well) news sites/blog sites, etc.
I only want someone from the United States. A concerned citizen who cares about this country and wants out police officers to stop being shot.
This articles is about a real life hero that we consider a real life Captain America. It was written by Melissa Praemonitus, a great American and staff writer for Wendy Day.
We want people to know that we can help our men and women in uniform instead of hurting them. So please only apply if you care and want to help by getting this article out there. Thanks!
Here's the article with links as references to his heroism:
The fiery crash on a warm Florida evening in 2012 left an unconscious man trapped in his burning car. Seemingly out of nowhere, a figure plunged out of the darkness, through sheets of flame to rip open the door and carry the driver to safety just moments before the car exploded. Like a scene from a movie, the hero retreated to the shadows of obscurity, but it wouldn’t be the last time he would help someone in danger.
A modest man, Sabin Barto, 39, doesn’t talk much about his 10+ years in the U.S. Navy. He spends his post military career selling real estate in Florida, writing children’s books, and developing a website devoted to saving the Everglades’ habitat and getting kids engaged in environmentalism. He seems like a pretty nice, normal guy, but his neighbors and friends claim he is a real-life Captain America with superhero strength and courage.
On July 3, 2016, in Naples, Florida, Barto witnessed a car crash while walking home from a fireworks show. A lone female police officer arrived shortly afterward, and shouted for the driver to get out of the car. Surmising that this was a criminal suspect, Barto sprang into action and held the man on the ground so the officer could properly handcuff him.
As reported in the Rocket Miner, Barto said, “When you see a car crash and no one is there, you stay and help out. I saw that the officer was alone; after she yelled, I just stayed until backup came.” [http://rocketminer.com/stories/7-14-Barto-story-aj1,146275?content_source&category_id&search_filter=sabin%20barto&event_mode&event_ts_from&list_type&order_by&order_sort&content_class&sub_type=stories&town_id]
Like Superheroes, Sabin Barto seems to have a knack for being in the right place at the right time. That exploding car incident in 2012 took place right in front of his house. [http://trib.com/lifestyles/announcements/community/rock-springs-man-to-receive-florida-award/article_94b29730-7ea9-5758-bb33-d5d719a5a476.html]
This all brings to mind the nature of extraordinary heroism, which often expresses itself in emergencies and difficult circumstances. While most of us flinch and flee from danger, a few dash headlong into the jaws of of possible death to save a stranger. At a time when we are compelled to remind people that Blue Lives Matter, it’s bracing to know that American Exceptionalism finds a home in the muscle, hearts and minds of men like Sabin Barto.