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. Full Story
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Since: Nov 08

Alamogordo, NM

#1 Jun 9, 2009
Many of these articles say "Jeremy tested positive for meth". They need to say the truth: "NASCAR claims Jeremy tested positive for meth". The media is taking sides here. Thought they were supposed to be objective.
JustScience

Upland, CA

#2 Jun 12, 2009
First, Jeremy did not report his use of Adderall and Claratin-D until after his first positive test. Second, NASCAR then took another urine sample from Jeremy and subtracted the amphetamines, Adderall and Claratin-D from the three positive results. The third positive was revealed in open court as methamphetamine. As a scientist, neither Adderall and/or Claratin-D, alone or in combination will result in a positive for methamphetamine. Methamphetamine is a different chemical composition than either Adderall and/or Claratine-D. Adderall and Claratine-D will result in positives for amphetamine. Methamphetamine degrades or reduces to amphetamine within 2-4 days. Therefor, based on the two separate positives for methamphetamine, NASCAR's results are reliable.
jminsider

United States

#4 Jun 12, 2009
jeremy did report his use of everything he was taking ,weeks before the test.i think they were just trying to railroad him just as bigj said in posts earlier.this justscience guy is probably the ignorant doctor that gave the test,he obviously dont know what he is talking about..
Meth

Atlanta, GA

#5 Jun 12, 2009
Everyone knows meth makes you stronger, faster, smarter, all in all, a much better specimen in every way, especially mentally. There is no limit to what the human brain and body can accomplish on meth. Dog eat dog world. Jeremy was wanting to keep up.
acrimonious

North Hills, CA

#6 Jun 12, 2009
Meth wrote:
Everyone knows meth makes you stronger, faster, smarter, all in all, a much better specimen in every way, especially mentally. There is no limit to what the human brain and body can accomplish on meth. Dog eat dog world. Jeremy was wanting to keep up.
You should run NA$CRAP! Oh, I forgot, you already do. Sorry Brian Jr., I didn't know it was you.
buck

Franklin, TN

#7 Jun 12, 2009
I have know several people on meth and im sorry but their thinking got slower by the day

Since: Nov 08

Alamogordo, NM

#8 Jun 14, 2009
JustScience wrote:
First, Jeremy did not report his use of Adderall and Claratin-D until after his first positive test. Second, NASCAR then took another urine sample from Jeremy and subtracted the amphetamines, Adderall and Claratin-D from the three positive results. The third positive was revealed in open court as methamphetamine. As a scientist, neither Adderall and/or Claratin-D, alone or in combination will result in a positive for methamphetamine. Methamphetamine is a different chemical composition than either Adderall and/or Claratine-D. Adderall and Claratine-D will result in positives for amphetamine. Methamphetamine degrades or reduces to amphetamine within 2-4 days. Therefor, based on the two separate positives for methamphetamine, NASCAR's results are reliable.
I trust your scientic/chemistry assessment, but I don't think you understand the inner workings of the NASCAR Mafia. They have a point to make (that they WILL enforce the drug policy). They needed a guinea pig to make their point. They chose a driver who doesn't have a big following, and then they railroaded him. I have no doubt that meth would show up differently in a lab test. I'm just saying that the tests have been doctored by the Mafia. You wouldn't believe the type of power that NASCAR has. Jeremy will go down and there's nothing he can do about it. But that doesn't mean he's guilty. It just means he went up against an organization who thinks they're GOD. As Judge Milian says on People's Court: "I wouldn't trust Bill France if his tongue came notarized."

“Evolved hunter/gatherer”

Since: Jan 08

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#9 Jun 21, 2009
kat78 wrote:
Many of these articles say "Jeremy tested positive for meth". They need to say the truth: "NASCAR claims Jeremy tested positive for meth". The media is taking sides here. Thought they were supposed to be objective.
American media ... objective????

ROTFLMAO

“Evolved hunter/gatherer”

Since: Jan 08

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#10 Jun 21, 2009
buck wrote:
I have know several people on meth and im sorry but their thinking got slower by the day
Are you sure it was not your listening that could not keep up? <wink>
Mast3rShake

Upper Darby, PA

#11 Jun 26, 2009
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.

“RIP Daddy 1/6/2010”

Since: Jan 08

Johnstown, PA

#12 Jun 26, 2009
This is so stupid he did drugs wont admit because he isnt ready to help himself and at this point who cares anymore??? He isnt man enough to admit that he did something wrong and take his punishment like a man so piss on his dumb ass.

He never was really that great od a driver anyway.
nascarBoB

Medford, MA

#13 Jun 27, 2009
July 1, and JM can tell everybody to kiss his ass

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Since: Jun 09

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#14 Jun 27, 2009
sassy4smoke wrote:
This is so stupid he did drugs wont admit because he isnt ready to help himself and at this point who cares anymore??? He isnt man enough to admit that he did something wrong and take his punishment like a man so piss on his dumb ass.
He never was really that great od a driver anyway.
I agree, he needs to own up to it already and be a man!

“RIP Daddy 1/6/2010”

Since: Jan 08

Johnstown, PA

#15 Jun 27, 2009
nascarBoB wrote:
July 1, and JM can tell everybody to kiss his ass
Well on July 1st everyone will know that he is a drug addict too. Sorry his bs story of I never did Meth doesnt sit. He has a crew member who was suspended for the samething. But he isnt crying and carrying on like Mayfield because he knows he is in the wrong. And he hasnt filed a lawsuit either. And the other crew members who have tested positive arent filing law suits so JM grow a set and man up do what you have to do and maybe you will get a ride or a sponser. But why would anyone want you to drive for them if they have to worry about you doing drugs.

And I dont blame Jeff or Jimmie or Robby for not wanting to be on the track with someone who is doing drugs. Come on he could cause a wreck adn kill another driver or fans wonder how he would feel then would he still say Oh I never used Meth?

And I think they should test all drivers who crash other drivers in a race. Maybe just maybe we would find out why Dale Jr is having so much trouble finding his pit stales and such. You have to remember that he did have his bouncer at his nightclub whiskey River get busted for dealing drugs, sorry to say Dale Jr knew about what he was doing.

“BOO!!! Ya'll!”

Since: Apr 07

Las Cruces, NM

#16 Jun 27, 2009
Meth wrote:
Everyone knows meth makes you stronger, faster, smarter, all in all, a much better specimen in every way, especially mentally. There is no limit to what the human brain and body can accomplish on meth. Dog eat dog world. Jeremy was wanting to keep up.
Yep, that's one of the effects, the drug induced feeling of invulnerability all the way up to the moment you crash!!! There is nothing more anxious than coming off of a meth high!!!
bigj

United States

#17 Jul 1, 2009
congratulations jeremy,you stood up to the almighty establishment and kicked their -ss.how do you like that mrbreeze?

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Since: Jan 08

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#18 Jul 1, 2009
mrbreeze wrote:
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Yep, that's one of the effects, the drug induced feeling of invulnerability all the way up to the moment you crash!!! There is nothing more anxious than coming off of a meth high!!!
Damnation! This is obviously the voice of experience.

What did I tell ya? Jeremy would get it overturned in court. NASCAR does in fact have a very BIG legal problem with this...AND...their BS drug policy.

What was that which was said in court today?... NASCAR thinks they outrank the federal government and can do whatever they wish to whoever they wish.

Take that Brian and Mike.

“BOO!!! Ya'll!”

Since: Apr 07

Las Cruces, NM

#19 Jul 1, 2009
Aquarius-WY wrote:
<quoted text>
Damnation! This is obviously the voice of experience.
What did I tell ya? Jeremy would get it overturned in court. NASCAR does in fact have a very BIG legal problem with this...AND...their BS drug policy.
What was that which was said in court today?... NASCAR thinks they outrank the federal government and can do whatever they wish to whoever they wish.
Take that Brian and Mike.
Yes, it is the voice of experience, I thought I already mentioned that!!!

Nothing was overturned, it was only a TEMPORARY injunction against NASCAR, the actual legal battle is still pending!!!

NASCAR does outrank the federal government in that they are NOT federally regulated!!! NASCAR can ban Mayfield for the color of his damn socks if they want to!!!

The real question is, who is going to want to race with someone that failed a drug test, twice???

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angel2008

Quitman, LA

#20 Jul 1, 2009
Well. he must have been traveling through Methlenberg on his way home from owensboro, ky.

This part of ky is know for tobacco crop and meth labs. I hate it here.

Also what drugs does a person take to test positive for meth?

Is it cold and allergy medicine on top of caffeine?

just wondering

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Since: Jan 08

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#21 Jul 2, 2009
mrbreeze wrote:
<quoted text>Yes, it is the voice of experience, I thought I already mentioned that!!!
Nothing was overturned, it was only a TEMPORARY injunction against NASCAR, the actual legal battle is still pending!!!
NASCAR does outrank the federal government in that they are NOT federally regulated!!! NASCAR can ban Mayfield for the color of his damn socks if they want to!!!
The real question is, who is going to want to race with someone that failed a drug test, twice???
http://www.hardcoreracefans.com/nascar-cup-ne...
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.

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