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Carjacking victim describes his life one year after Tsarnaev encounter

CAMBRIDGE — In his slim blazer, rumpled oxford shirt, and jeans, he could pass for any of the young entrepreneurs tapping away in the glass-walled warren that houses his Kendall Square start-up and dozens of others. No one bats an eye when he reheats his lunch or grabs a water from the central kitchen.

If they know him at all, it’s as the soft-spoken tech developer working on an app to help Asian students navigate life in the United States — not the carjacking victim whose poise under pressure saved his own life and helped bring the alleged Boston Marathon bombers to justice, the man millions came to know only as Danny.

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