Why I Am Questioning the Credibility of Dr. Jonathan McGreevy

If we are going to take Ryan White’s word as accurate then it is both appropriate and necessary to examine the veracity of his other statements. This is where the problems arise. Ryan Dark White/Dr. Jonathan McGreevy’s accounts of how he came to know Rod Rosenstein are inconsistent and remarkably easy to disprove.

We can start with the simple fact that White/McGreevy was born on March 28, 1968. That appears to be true. Keep this date in mind as we compare the story White told Ty Clevenger in April 2018 with the tall tale he spun for Lin Wood’s lawyers in January 2021.

White told Attorney Clevenger the following in April 2018:

  • “I was a lay minister since 1983.” (age 15)
  • “I joined the military and then the National Guard.”
  • Attended a Catholic seminary as was ordained in 1996. (age 28)
  • “I became a manager for other ministries.”
  • “I started working as a private detective.”

He did not say one word about attending one college, much less four prestigious universities. He did not say one word about obtaining multiple doctorates in the fields of Chemistry, Biology, Mathematics and Physics. Nope, first a soldier, then a minister and then a private detective.

Ryan White’s embellishments go extra orbital when he sits down with the lawyers working for Lin Wood in January 2021. He tells a completely different story but omits key facts:

And, Ryan, if you could just give us a brief background — excuse us — brief background about yourself — where you grew up, where you went to school — just so we know a little bit more about you.

INTERVIEWEE:  Ryan D. White.  It’s not my birth name.  It’s not the name I prefer.  Originally from Maryland.  I hold graduate degrees — I held graduate degrees — I’ll explain that — in physics, mathematics, biology and chemistry from the University of Pennsylvania and Green College, Oxford. Graduate school would be University of Pennsylvania, Johns Hopkins and University of Maryland, University of Maryland’s physics program.

White is not just claiming that he attended these four top flight institutions. He insists he has graduate degrees from each. That means either a Master’s Degree or a PhD. Only someone holding a PhD uses the honorific, “DR.”. This means Ryan White is claiming that he obtained at least one PhD. In his subsequent interview with Stew Peters, White insists he has at least two doctorates.

If Ryan White aka Jonathan McGreevy actually was awarded an advanced degree from the University of Pennsylvania, Johns Hopkins University, Maryland University or Green Templeton College at Oxford University, there would be a record and a copy of his dissertation on file.

So I started checking. According to officials with access to these records at the University of Maryland and John Hopkins University, the name Jonathan McGreevy is not found. He was never awarded a graduate degree from either. My requests to the University of Pennsylvania and Green Templeton College Oxford are pending.

Ryan White’s lies about his academic record achieved a new level of bizarre during his June 23, 2021 interview with Stew Peters. He claims he created a virus that will sterilize men and women (pp 40 – 42 of the Stew Peters transcript):

STEW PETERS: Now you were directly involved with one of those particular viruses, am I right?


STEW PETERS: You developed a virus. What would that virus have done it had been released upon the world?

JONATHAN McGREEVEY: This was gain of function research, one of many, and this one — I probably shouldn’t say which virus, but it was a (indiscernible) virus you heard about but it was manipulated and engineered, gain of function, to the point where it would affect populations by making people sterile.

If it had been released within one generation, it would have made 90 to 95 percent of the male population sterile and approximately 30-35 percent of the female population sterile. . . .

STEW PETERS: So just so everybody’s very clear here, this is a virus that would have essentially wiped out an entire generation by making 90 to 95 percent of males sterile and 30 to 35 percent of females would become infertile, unable to reproduce.

Anthony Fauci and Bill Gates tried to buy this. Gates tried to buy it. Fauci tried to steal it with the intent knowing what it was capable of of releasing it into the general global population; is that right?

JONATHAN McGREEVEY: That’s correct. Rod Rosenstein tried to seize it legally. His sister, Nancy, was very interested in it and also tried to help him. She was going to point out what to look for and how to get it and whether this was real or this was not. She was the one directing them because Rod is not a physician or scientist. And they tried very, very hard to get it.

(pp 47 – 48 of the Stew Peters transcript):

STEW PETERS: You have been an integral part of doing the research and developing some of these things. That is why you’re able to speak from an educated perspective on this. I want people to understand that this is what you do. This is your profession. This is what your expertise is in; is that correct?

JONATHAN McGREEVEY: Part of it. At the time, yes. I mean, it’s molecular biology, molecular chemistry in addition to the medical, so yes. I mean, that’s what I did. That’s part of what one doctorate was based on was gain of function research. . . .

Ryan Dark White aka McGreevy insists he has at least two doctorates. One of these is in biology with a specialization in virology.

If Ryan Dark White was doing virology research then he should be able to say where he did it and when he did it. In addition, where are his articles in medical journals detailing his research? And if he argues that he was doing “classified” research then there will be a record of his security clearance.

The legal record tells a different story. RDW was arrested by DEA in 2009 when he received a shipment of Schedule II narcotics from Los Angeles that was part of an ongoing case being run by DEA Los Angeles. DEA Agent Joe Rosati, based in Maryland, became involved when he was alerted to the package by his Los Angeles colleagues. In the course of tracking the package Joe Rosati “met” Ryan Dark White for the first time. During the search of White’s residence weapons were recovered. Those weapons were seized by ATF Agent Boroshok.

Ryan Dark White was convicted on a felony drug charge (which means he could not legally own firearms or ammunition after 2009). This is relevant when you read the indictment for his second arrest in Octobe 2015:


Note that the second count specifically references White/McGreevy’s prior conviction for a crime that prohibits him from possessing firearms and ammunition.

The aforementioned facts call into question the claims by Dr. Jonathan McGreevy. I do not understand why Lin Wood embraces a man with this record.

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6 Responses to Why I Am Questioning the Credibility of Dr. Jonathan McGreevy

  1. Lynn A. says:

    I’m having a hard time understanding why you are so against reporting and investigating these allegations. Our Government has flat out lied to us about darn near everything for the last four years. Why wouldn’t their criminality extend even further into our past,

    Please don’t overlook the absolute madness of our present reality under this tainted regime.

    • Larry Johnson says:

      Because the allegations come from a proven liar. If you want a credible investigation to be done then it must be done based on credible evidence. White is a fabricator. Your refusal to acknowledge that shows you are not a serious, thoughtful person.

      • longarch says:

        If you want a credible investigation to be done then it must be done based on credible evidence. White is a fabricator

        My impression is that Lin Wood believes he is speaking truth, and believes that he is operating altruistically for the good of all. That does not mean he is correct. He may well be incompetent at investigating claims of fact.

        It may be that ultimately facts will come to light that will prove Lin Wood and his various informants to have been speaking falsehoods. If such facts do come to light, it seems likely that the informants have been speaking falsehoods knowingly, but Lin Wood has believed that he is speaking truth.

        My guess is that Lin Wood is a distraction, manipulated by various insiders. Is he manipulated by white hats or black hats or both?

        Regarding the tyranny of misguided fools who believe themselves to be altruists, C.S.Lewis wrote: Of all tyrannies, a tyranny sincerely exercised for the good of its victims may be the most oppressive. It would be better to live under robber barons than under omnipotent moral busybodies. The robber baron’s cruelty may sometimes sleep, his cupidity may at some point be satiated; but those who torment us for our own good will torment us without end for they do so with the approval of their own conscience. They may be more likely to go to Heaven yet at the same time likelier to make a Hell of earth.

        Lynn A wrote:
        Our Government has flat out lied to us about darn near everything for the last four years. Why wouldn’t their criminality extend even further into our past,

        Please don’t overlook the absolute madness of our present reality under this tainted regime.

        Many elements in the US government have been lying for much longer than four years. If we can judge from public documents, the US government believes in magic bullets. Their documents claim that magic bullets killed President Kennedy in a manner that defies physics. They also claim that office furniture fires have magical properties that cause skyscrapers to collapse neatly into their footprints. So the USA has not been subject to deception for just four years, but for a considerably longer period.

        There are obviously men of honor and integrity who wear the uniform and who struggle against the culture of governmental deceit, but most of them dare not speak openly. The people called “Veteran Intelligence Professionals for Sanity” are more outspoken than most, and even they speak guardedly.

  2. Teddy says:

    The stuff that White put out is something straight out of whacko QAnon blogs.

  3. Babeltuap says:

    The modern term is larp and there are scores of them making a decent living peddling the outrageous without a shred of evidence. Pure fantasy but there is a decent market for science fiction out there. The best example; The Steele dossier. Created by larps but with a twist. Drag it through a complex rabbit whole and stamping it with official three letter agencies along the journey.

    The only difference between Lin Wood and this guy is they are missing ABC rubber stampings. If they had that along with 90% of the media pushing it and most of the House they could sell this sizzle easily. For a while anyway.

  4. chris moffatt says:

    Although “Falsus in uno, falsus in omnibus” is no longer commonly applied by the courts, it does allow for persons to draw their own conclusions. The only item here that is based in reality is that someone unknown did indeed murder Seth Rich.

    Frankly I’ve been trying to ignore this ludicrous grift merchant since I saw his claim to have done post-graduate work at the non-existent ‘Green College’ of Oxford University. There does exist a Greene’s College in Oxford which is a school for prepping high schoolers for University entrance. Some of their pupils do go on to undergraduate status at Oxford University.

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