| Dominik Suter |
|Born||Dominik Otto Suter|
7 February 1970
Tel Aviv, Israel
|Alma mater||Santa Monica College, Hunter College|
|Founder/Owner of||Urban Moving Systems|
Dominik Suter, (on some webpages Dominic Suter or Dominick Suter and on his Facebook page, referred to as 'Dominik Suter Fbon') set up Urban Moving Systems, which played a role in 9/11. After some employees of UMS were arrested after 9-11, he fled the country.
September 11, 2001
Suter was head of Urban Moving Systems, which his sites say was disbanded on or after September 11, 2001. He was questioned by the FBI around September 12, and they removed boxes of documents and a dozen computer hard drives. Suter then left the country.
Comments about 9/11 allegations
In April 2012, as allegations of his involvement in 9-11 was growing on the internet, Suter wrote on his Wikipedia page, condemning "lies includ[ing] accusations I had involvement in the 9-11 attack on the world trade center". He promised that "in the coming days and weeks, I will begin addressing these malicious acts, which their only objective is throw mud on me, my family, friends and spread hate and antisemitism." In June 2012, Suter was reported to have been "working on a book which will detail the truth of this matter" of his relationship to 9/11.
Dominic Suter, assisted by his wife, Ornit Levinson Suter, was dealing in Florida real estate. He was manager of the Florida company 1 Stop Cleaning LLC until June 2003 when his wife took over. In July 2003 he was director, president, secretary, treasurer and vice president of Value Ad of South Florida Inc, but Basia B. McDonnell took over as director.
Suter has worked in SEO and a variety of companies, particularly in the area of social media. He styles himself a "growth hacker".