Lin Wood’s Whistleblower Is Telling Different Stories About His Past

Lin Wood’s whistleblower is a man who went by the name Ryan Dark White. He now declares his true name to be Jonathan Ambrose McGreevy. What we know for a fact is that he is a two-time convicted drug felon. But when asked to describe his experience/history, he offers up contradictory accounts. In April 2018, he told Attorney Ty Clevenger that he was in the Army, attended a Catholic seminary, was ordained a minister, and then worked as a private investigator.

By January 2021 White is telling a remarkably different tale. He claims to hold graduate degrees in physics, chemistry, biology, and mathematics and states that he attended University of Pennsylvania, John Hopkins University, University of Maryland and Green College at Oxford University. He does not provide any independent proof to corroborate these claims.

Next up is White’s interview with Stew Peters in June 2021. White insists his true name is Jonathan McGreevy and, according to Peters, that he worked on encryption for the U.S. intelligence community and then worked with the top secret National Reconnaissance Office. Peters posted the interview with White on June 23rd. He has now taken the video of the interview off line.

This video shows White’s conflicting accounts. You can judge for yourself.

Here are the links to critical documents on Ryan Dark White criminal convictions and his interview with Ty Clevenger and Lin Woods’ attorneys:

  1. The transcripts of the interviews conducted with Ryan Dark White in January 2021 on behalf of Mr. Lin Wood.
  2. The video of an interview with Ryan Dark White conducted by Mr. Ty Clevenger, Mr. Frank Whalen and Mr. Matt Couch on April 12, 2018 in Baltimore, Maryland.
  3. Case 1:16-cr-00172-JKB, Ryan Dark White indicted on 22 April 2015 for one count of health care fraud signed by Rod J. Rosenstein.
  4. Case 1:15-mj-02094-JMC, Affidavit by E. Troy Yeager, Special Agent with the Department of Health and Human Services, Office of the Inspector General, detailing RDW’s possession of Schedule II controlled substances (Oxycodone and Zohydro) with intent to distribute.
  5. Indictment of Ryan Dark White—October 2015 (Case 1:15-cr-00545-JKB Document 14 Filed 10/15/15).
  6. Case 1:16-cr-00172-JKB, Plea Agreement of Ryan Dark White—April 22, 2016
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7 Responses to Lin Wood’s Whistleblower Is Telling Different Stories About His Past

  1. Fred says:

    So was Lin Wood gullible or played for a fool?

    • Larry Johnson says:

      Or someone working to sabotage Trump from within.

      • Valissa says:

        That’s how he came across to me too. A creepy phony troublemaker. Could never understand why so many people believed in this guy. Too much theater… very suspicious.

      • Fred says:

        He had plenty of those, from Rex Tillerson to Bill Barr.

  2. longarch says:

    I don’t necessarily think Lin Wood is right or wrong. I don’t necessarily think Lin Wood is competent to root out spies.

    I *do* know Lin Wood has a lawyerly response:

    Lin Wood wrote:

    Whistleblowers Ryan Dark White disclosed to me that his real name was John McGreevey when I first met him. At the time he was interviewed, I made the decision not to publish it out of concern for his safety.

    Ryan Dark White fully disclosed to me his criminal record.

    I gave the Ryan Dark White interview transcript to the United States Secret Service, the Wall Street Journal, the State Bar of Arizona, the State Bar of Colorado, Mercer University, Tracy Beanz of UncoverDC, journalist Chad Nesbit of SkyLine News, and I published it in its entirety online.

    I have consistently sought to have the accusations of Ryan Dark White (Dr. McGreevey) investigated by the third parties listed above.

    I also had another individual whom I trust vet Ryan Dark White and that person agreed with me that Ryan Dark White appeared to be credible to him.

    • Larry Johnson says:

      Complete bullshit on the part of Lin Wood. Who takes the word of a two time felon who offers no evidence?

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