WASHINGTON (WUSA9) -- He is one of the last people to see Boston bombing suspect Tamarlan Tsarnaev alive, and he's now telling his story of how the two brothers carjacked him the night before younger brother Dzokhar was taken into custody.
This 26-year-old Chinese entrepreneur told his story to Boston Globe reporter Eric Moskowitz, under the condition he is only referred to by his American nickname, Danny.
The story starts off with Danny pulling over his Mercedes on a Boston street to answer a text. Moskowitz says, "They pull up immediately behind him, the older brother gets out, wraps on the window. Tamerlan sticks his hand in the window, opens it, and pulls a gun on him."
What follows is a 90 minute wild carjacking ride. Tamarlan warns Danny, "Don't be stupid." He asks the Danny if he heard about the Boston Marathon bombings. When Danny says yes, Tamarlan confides, "I did that. And I just killed a policeman in Cambridge."