As I try to look at this objectively, I am very disturbed that prescription drugs may have been casually distributed by Salazar. But I wonder at what would be considered illegal by WADA. It's my understanding that Cytomel and Celebrex are not on the WADA prohibited list at all. While Albuterol only is if more than a maximum quantity is exceeded.
Those activities might be legally pursued as a crime, but only if any of the runners providing that information were provided the prescription drugs (without their own prescriptions) in the last few years. Otherwise a statute of limitations might apply.
I would think that the use of prednisone by Rupp, if TUEs were obtained when taken near competitions, might not be very suspect as he does have serious allergies and asthma, documented since he was a child. But if distributed to other athletes it would be a big concern. The urine test before the race in Europe would actually have been very reasonable, as prednisone only requires a TUE if still in an athlete's system during a competition. The pills in the book thing is of course a different matter, but I can't see where Salazar would even need to respond to that.
The high school mention of testosterone is obviously well outside the period that can be used for any suspensions, even if that medical chart was correct.
And we'll see if Salazar can produce a personal prescription for Androgel.
So as someone else mentioned in a different post, the biggest concern to Salazar (and Rupp) will be the intravenous fluids at Worlds. I wonder if the USADA will need and be able to get substantiating testimony from the officials or doctors involved.
So one possible outcome of all this is for there to be considerable outcry over what has occurred with NOP but not enough for suspensions to be handed out. The IVs may be enough and then if any testosterone use (in recent years) is proven that would be another significant issue.