I am very familiar with GC-MS. I have actually used one. This is a professional lab which means it gives nascar the results of the GC-MS as objective unbiased test of EVERYTHING in the sample.
You keep repeating nascar only tests for drugs on the list which is a myth if you understand how the test works. If AJA is taking estrogen supplements, nascar will know about it. This is a very important distinction to make concerning this type of testing.
You repeatedly make it seem like nascar is only using the GC-MS to find certain banned drugs and it does not work that way. GC-MS does not work that way.
If you think about this in terms of the court system, you would understand how it works. A professional from Aegis would take the stand to testifying about the complete GC-MS done on the sample. A second expert from nascar would testify that one of the substances was a banned drugs. In order for the GC-MS to be considered legal and unbiased it must be complete thus the lab company would give a thorough breakdown of EVERYTHING in the sample.
This is the "evil side" of GC-MS being used over other drug test. GC-MS used by employer can find out an employee has a medical problem and taking certain drugs while other drug tests are less intrusive by only testing for certain drugs. You compared it to warrants and this is why prosecutors have to say exactly what they are looking for when asking for a sample to test of the defendant. You cannot get a warrant for DNA and run a drug test on it.
Drug testing using GC-MS in all sports organizations is nothing like warrant because our judicial system requires higher level of probable cause for such an intrusive test. I do not know how many other ways I can say it....... Any sports organization that uses GC-MS to test for banned drugs in a sample are actually getting the results of all substances in the sample (i.e. they are testing for everything by using GC-MS).