Sources: Mayfield Tested Positive for Meth

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Hardcore drugs found in the system of NASCAR Driver Jeremy Mayfield? Absolutely not true, says friends of the driver.
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“BOO!!! Ya'll!”

Since: Apr 07

Las Cruces, NM

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Jul 2, 2009
 
Aquarius-WY wrote:
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I see you are still as dense and hateful as you always were.
There are federal guidelines established for drug testing. NASCAR is NOT...repeat...NOT, exempt from these guidelines as they are there to ensure that no one's rights are trampled in a private company's policies and subsequent actions.
Only an idiot would think that NASCAR or any other private organization is not "federally regulated" when it comes to issues that involve a person's personal rights.
NO, NASCAR can NOT ban anyone for things like "the color of his damn socks" if it can be shown that there is discriminatory actions involved and a person's rights were trampled.
I suppose you also think that NASCAR could fire all the black or hispanic employees too if they see fit eh? Let's see, it cost NASCAR how many hundred million to settle the last law suit? Something like $225 million or so? This one will be HUGE. NASCAR has indeed stepped on their own winky in this one.
"The actual legal battle is still pending", Uh Einstein, it IS going on right now. Try looking into just how strong and lasting "temporary injunctions" really are Einstein...especially with wording like "significant possibilities of a false positive". Drug testing is almost right alongside polygraph testing from a legal standpoint these days. They are NOT perfect, and therefore are subject to suspicion, especially when it can be shown that an entity operated in a dishonest or distrustful way as to negate a person's individual rights by not allowing them outside testing or scrutiny on a "B" sample.
You can rail and wail all you wish about Jeremy being a drug addict, to no avail. You ARE incorrect and spreading hate and rumor. Everyone in this country (guilty or not) DO in fact still have individual rights whether you like it or not. Sorry to hear you have such a problem with truth and living in a "free" country where LAW reigns...NOT hate and unfounded accusations from the likes of folks like you, who are a little devoid in the knowledge of what a "free" society is all about.
We will see!!!

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Jul 2, 2009
 
Aquarius-WY wrote:
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I see you are still as dense and hateful as you always were.
There are federal guidelines established for drug testing. NASCAR is NOT...repeat...NOT, exempt from these guidelines as they are there to ensure that no one's rights are trampled in a private company's policies and subsequent actions.
Only an idiot would think that NASCAR or any other private organization is not "federally regulated" when it comes to issues that involve a person's personal rights.
NO, NASCAR can NOT ban anyone for things like "the color of his damn socks" if it can be shown that there is discriminatory actions involved and a person's rights were trampled.
I suppose you also think that NASCAR could fire all the black or hispanic employees too if they see fit eh? Let's see, it cost NASCAR how many hundred million to settle the last law suit? Something like $225 million or so? This one will be HUGE. NASCAR has indeed stepped on their own winky in this one.
"The actual legal battle is still pending", Uh Einstein, it IS going on right now. Try looking into just how strong and lasting "temporary injunctions" really are Einstein...especially with wording like "significant possibilities of a false positive". Drug testing is almost right alongside polygraph testing from a legal standpoint these days. They are NOT perfect, and therefore are subject to suspicion, especially when it can be shown that an entity operated in a dishonest or distrustful way as to negate a person's individual rights by not allowing them outside testing or scrutiny on a "B" sample.
You can rail and wail all you wish about Jeremy being a drug addict, to no avail. You ARE incorrect and spreading hate and rumor. Everyone in this country (guilty or not) DO in fact still have individual rights whether you like it or not. Sorry to hear you have such a problem with truth and living in a "free" country where LAW reigns...NOT hate and unfounded accusations from the likes of folks like you, who are a little devoid in the knowledge of what a "free" society is all about.
You must have been a juror in the "OJ" trial!!!

I know you can't prove anything you're accusing me of, so why do you do it??? Why are you such a hateful sack of anger??? Somebody take away your toys??? What is your problem???

You think that a man, possibly guilty of drug abuse, has more rights than the safety of literally thousands of crew members, media personnel or race fans??? I don't have anything against Mayfield personally, I just think he is guilty as charged, from observing his behavior after the fact!!! Yes, that is from experience!!!

You obviously don't know me, or what you are talking about when you say I have a problem living in a free country!!!

You really need to learn to relax, you're such a hateful mess!!! Good luck!!! Try and hold back on the name calling too, while you're at it!!!
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Jul 12, 2009
 
mrbreeze wrote:
<quoted text>We will see!!!
yes we will,well said aquarius
PieceMaker

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Jul 15, 2009
 
The Drug users seem to have the excuses down pat and support Jeremy down to their last Joint. Hair samples will give the exact chemical compounds. I have to give Samples for drug testing policy just like Jeremy. The Data sheets that come back from some one trying to mask a test are highly detailed incase of a court battle. The "B" sample wating to be tested can be broke down to show if the Compounds he claims he took were in his system. His Lawyer used the best Excuse drugs and found a doctor willing to falsify records to back Jeremy. Stick together tokers.
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May 12, 2012
 
Aquarius-WY wrote:
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American media ... objective????
ROTFLMAO
J. Mayfield could present his own proof of innocence, if he had any!
Toxicology

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May 26, 2012
 
Mast3rShake wrote:
Wow, I hope you don't work for a drug company JustScience because you are a terrible scientist, if you are actually one. Adderall will definitely come up as meth on a drug test. You can go to some medical sights and see what drugs can lead to false positives and this is definitely one, considering adderall is a methamphetamine. Go on wikipedia and look at the structure of adderall vs. meth. They are extremely similar. I majored in biochemistry, but that doesn't really matter. Don't listen to JustScience, he/she is clearly clueless.
Your clueless. You may have majored in biochemistry but you must not have passed. Or you would know that you can tell the difference. Go back to school.
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#28
May 29, 2012
 
All the drivers in A$$CAR should take Meth for one race and they should let JM back for this special event. They could call it the Meth-Head 500mg.

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