C.R. England Nightmare Experience (True Story, Need Help! Nondrug User Tested Positive!)

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Bird-One's Comment
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Kal-el the only way your house could be “infected” with meth is if there was a full blown meth lab in your house. No way you wouldn’t know that.

G-Town's Comment
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Thank you... that is what I thought I said in “so many words” in my last reply.

Kal-el... I don’t know your you hope to gain by continuing this. Even if you test negative, then what?

Save your energy... you don’t need to reply.

Kal-el the only way your house could be “infected” with meth is if there was a full blown meth lab in your house. No way you wouldn’t know that.

Kal-el T.'s Comment
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So unless she slips and tells me that she was desperate to keep me, so she tried low dosing me to get me hooked or something like that

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From how it sounds, she's able to keep her drug use from interfering with her job as a nurse in a hospital, so she's probably not stupid enough to waste her drugs giving you an addiction you wouldn't know about so that you somehow magically wouldn't leave her.

All I have are the facts.

Fact number 1: I tested positive for Meth in a hair test from my underarms that dates back 1 year. Fact number 2: I have not ever in my entire life done a single drug of any kind with the exception of cigarettes. Fact number 3: The only way you can test positive is if you had ingested meth at some point within that 1 year. Fact number 4: Again, I have not ever done a single drug in my life. Not even tested, tried nor experimented, yet still tested positive. Fact number 5: If all facts above are (which they are) true, then somebody dosing me without my knowledge is the only viable and logical probability.

Everything else is speculation and all I can do is attempt to make sense of it all with speculation and what little facts that I have.

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PackRat's Comment
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Maybe it was an alien or another troll doing it at night? You should check out a career in script writing.

G-Town's Comment
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Everyone please read fact number 1 above, and compare that statement to his initial post.

I’m not approving any more of Kal-el’s posts. Another moderator is more than welcome to approve his replies...

I’m out.

Kal-el T.'s Comment
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I just hope that the independent lab stuff you have set up for Monday, works in your favor. That GC/MS(sp?) test as a follow up, I found in a link I sent you, should be mandatory (by you.)

My late ex husband took his own life right after Christmas in 2009 (while our mutual son was with me and my 'now' husband,) due to his own addiction to methamphetamine. He was a prior truck driver, as well. I'm losing 'relevance' here, but .... I just hope you CAN prove your innocence, is all.

Best to you, sir.

~ Anne ~

ps: I remember my late ex said something about Sudafed and Vicks Inhalers go in to meth. Did you take any?

~ Anne ~

Thank you. I was able to get that date moved up for today, just got back from their facility. I am now awaiting the results which take 5 to 7 business days. If I was indeed drugged though, I have no idea how to prove that since the person most likely to have done it, would never in a million years admit to it.

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Kal-el T.'s Comment
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You know what, dude? I lost my only son because of a low life drug addict. So I honestly don't care, and if this happened to me because of the way I feel about addicts, then so be it. I will gladly take one for the team. And self deception? That's real rich.

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I'm sorry you lost your only son. However, you lost your son because he could not say NO to even trying out any drugs for the first time. It is on him for trying the drugs and then continuing to use them...not the guy that enticed him in the first place. Again, you are making excuses...this time for your son.

I never smoked regular cigarettes until I was 29 years old. I was working in law enforcement in the Air Force and everyone I worked with smoked. So I bought a pack and tried it. I smoked 4 cigarettes and did not like the head rush that it gave me. I gave the cigarettes away and never finished the pack. And I've never smoked another one since and I'm pushing 71. I can spend my money on far better things than cigarettes.

Go get your fancy medical tests and let us know how they turned out.

He was not even a year old.

Kal-el T.'s Comment
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Thank you... that is what I thought I said in “so many words” in my last reply.

Kal-el... Even if you test negative, then what?

Save your energy... you don’t need to reply.

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Kal-el the only way your house could be “infected” with meth is if there was a full blown meth lab in your house. No way you wouldn’t know that.

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Then I give that to my lawyer and I fight to clear my name. My honor is at stake here.

Kal-el T.'s Comment
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Kal-el the only way your house could be “infected” with meth is if there was a full blown meth lab in your house. No way you wouldn’t know that.

Information from the .gov site that I posted says otherwise. Even if my ex did not use in the house, if a previous owner used in this home, the house would still be contaminated. Now, is it relevant? I don't know. But at this point I am trying to learn everything I have. I can't fight this if I don't have the proper knowledge to do so. This whole thing is new to me, I have never had to care about such things before, so I am still learning and trying to understand how it was even possible for me to test positive for meth on a drug test. All that I know for 100% fact is that I have never used any drugs, not even weed. I take a lot of Advil for headaches, but outside of Advil, that's it.

So either I was drugged, or the test was contaminated. It is on me to prove that I don't do drugs. Nobody else is going to do that for me. If it were you who tested positive, I am sure you would do the same. It has been 3 weeks now since I was discharged from CR England. I won't quit until I prove my innocence. My future and my life depends on this as well as my honor.

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A truck drivers DAC report will contain detailed information about their job history of the last 10 years as a CDL driver (as required by the DOT).

It may also contain your criminal history, drug test results, DOT infractions and accident history. The program is strictly voluntary from a company standpoint, but most of the medium-to-large carriers will participate.

Most trucking companies use DAC reports as part of their hiring and background check process. It is extremely important that drivers verify that the information contained in it is correct, and have it fixed if it's not.

Matthew P.'s Comment
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Drug tests are not infallible. Get a repeat and talk to an attorney. Tests are very accurate. In the 90 percentile however anything from poor technique on the LCMS to a ****ty tech can skew results. On urine with the reagent tests being used there are things that can cause false positives which is why they reflex to LCMS for verification on these chain of custody tests. Coming into trucking now from another career. I know the issues pretty well with testing and there are some problems. Very few which doesn't work in your favor. It certainly is possible that something went wrong. Right now you are just in a ****ed position and going to have to fight.

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