Boston Carjack Victim Shares His Story

    WATERTOWN, MA - APRIL 19:  (ALTERNATE CROP) Police with guns drawn search for a suspect on April 19, 2013 in Watertown, Massachusetts.  Earlier, a Massachusetts Institute of Technology campus police officer was shot and killed late Thursday night at the school's campus in Cambridge. A short time later, police reported exchanging gunfire with alleged carjackers in Watertown, a city near Cambridge. It's not clear whether the shootings are related or whether either are related to the Boston Marathon bombing.  (Photo by Mario Tama/Getty Images)

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    Tamerlan and Dzhokhar Tsarnaev’s carjacking victim shared the details of his frightening night with The Boston Globe. Danny, a 26-year-old Chinese entrepreneur who would be identified only by his American nickname, recalls being approached by a man in dark clothes last Thursday night—who bragged that he’d bombed the Boston Marathon and just killed a police officer. Danny recounts driving the two suspects around 90 minutes, talking about everything from girls and whether people still listen to CDs to whether they could take the car to New York, before he was finally able to make his escape during a moment of weakness when they stopped at a Shell station. "I don't want to be a famous person talking on TV," Danny told the Globe. "I don't feel like a hero ... I was just trying to save myself."

    Read it at The Boston Globe