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Auto shop owner Gilbert Junior says he has known 19-year-old Dzhokhar Tsarnaev - a suspect in the Boston bombings - for more than two years. The day after the terrorist attack, Junior says Tsarnaev came to his shop and acted very strangely, demanding a car that he had dropped off two weeks earlier. When Junior said the car was not ready for pick-up, he said Tsarnaev replied anxiously, "I need the car right now."
Junior said Tsarnaev was very nervous.
"He was biting his fingernails, which he's never done before," and walking in circles, said Junior. "I thought he was on drugs, to be honest with you, because ... I'd never seen him acting the way he was acting."
Junior said Tsarnaev did not appear injured in any way, and actually appeared at the shop well-dressed in Luis Vuitton shoes.