Actually, my little girl, I work for a profesional pharmacy, my daugher in law is an RN, my son is an Operating Room Tech and my wife is in charge of medical transcription for the local hospital and these test ARE sophisticated enough to be able to judge the amounts of chemical content in the body to differentiate between perscription drugs and normal day to day products that do not require a script. Why do you think that, at first, Jeremy attempted to say the results were because of Sudafed and something else in his blood? The test showed that Jeremy would have had to injest enough Sudafed to endanger his life to show these types of results. Now, NASCAR allowed for a second test that Jeremy also failed and then there were those inconvient statements by his step mother and the fact that a crew member was busted for drugs. You hand on to your Fairy Tale about Jeremy being picked on, if that is what floats your boat, paddle away.<quoted text>
Unless you work in the medical field, you wouldn't know it, but anybody can walk into a lab that is on some kind of medication and prove positive for certain drugs. Do you know what's in coca cola?
And how about Poppy flowers? Both famous, and used all the time.
And yes, you can come up with a FALSE POSITIVE. All this is, is a
witch hunt, do you think as big as NASCAR is they will admit making a mistake. And his step mom, everybody knows what she is, just look at her. Hang in there Jeremy, you were to good of a driver, somebody got jealous. Will be glad when all this is over for you and your family. And you can hit the track again.
I actually do not think that you will hear much more from Jeremy, he owes everybody in the Charlotte area, he owes his first lawyer and this one does not work for free and when he understands the unlikelyhood that there will be any 33% to collect, I do not think that he will offer his service without charge.
Face it, Jeremy is yesterday's news and little more than a foot note in the History of NASCAR.