Here's a link I found while reading your posts.
The following testimony in my opinion casts "REASONABLE DOUBT" on all the dog and human hair evidence for two reasons:
ONE, the testimony from Det. Keene shows DW to only have been home for 30 minutes, before Det. Tallman and Wray approached him. They stayed with him until Keene arrived 20 minutes later.
There was no time for DW to wash and finish drying a load of laundry, therefore he must of cleaned the lint filter BEFORE he started the dryer.
TWO, the testimony from Dulaney depicts the hairs as being "EMBEDDED INSIDE THE LINT", proving that it had come from a load done earlier than Monday Feb. 4th, 2002.
FROM DET. KEENE'S TESTIMONY ON JUNE 11, 2002
THE WITNESS: JOHNNY F. KEENE.
BY MR. DUSEK:
Q: AND WHAT TIME DID YOU RESPOND...?
A: 9:00 O'CLOCK.
Q: WHAT HAPPENED WHEN YOU GOT THERE?
A: WHEN I FIRST ARRIVED...AT THE NORTHEASTERN SUBSTATION, I WAS PROBABLY THERE FOR
ABOUT...TEN, FIFTEEN MINUTES.
AND THEN I WAS ASKED TO RESPOND BACK TO THE SABRE SPRINGS NEIGHBORHOOD.
I WAS TOLD THAT MEMBERS OF OUR SPECIAL INVESTIGATIONS UNIT WAS TALKING WITH
MR. WESTERFIELD IN HIS DRIVEWAY.
ABOUT WHAT TIME DO YOU THINK IT WAS WHEN YOU MADE CONTACT WITH THE DEFENDANT?
A: APPROXIMATELY 9:20, 9:25 MONDAY MORNING.
Q: AND DID HE INDICATE ABOUT WHAT TIME HE GOT HOME?
A: HE SAID HE GOT HOME, HE THOUGHT HE GOT HOME APPROXIMATELY 8:30 MONDAY MORNING.
Q: WHAT DID HE SAY REGARDING THE REST OF HIS MORNING ONCE HE GOT HOME?
A: AGAIN HE STATED THAT HE TOOK A SHOWER, SAID HE DID ONE LOAD OF LAUNDRY.
HE STATED THAT HE HAD THROWN THAT LOAD IN THE DRYER BUT THE DRYER HADN'T
WORKED WELL BECAUSE THE LINT FILTER WAS FULL AND THAT HE HAD CLEANED
THE LINT FILTER AND STARTED THAT LOAD OF LAUNDRY OVER IN THE DRYER.
Q: WHAT DO YOU MEAN CLEAN THE LINT FILTER?
A: HE SAID THE LINT FILTER WAS FULL OF LINT, SO HE PULLED THE LINT FILTER
OUT, CLEANED THE LINT OFF, THREW IT AWAY, AND PUT THE LINT FILTER BACK IN THE DRYER.
Q: THAT WAS BEFORE OR AFTER HE STARTED DOING HIS LAUNDRY?
A: WELL, THAT WAS AFTER THE FIRST LOAD OF LAUNDRY. HE HAD THROWN THAT
LOAD IN THE DRYER AND ATTEMPTED TO DRY IT.
FROM MS. DULANEY'S TESTIMONY ON JUNE 24, 2002
16 BY MR. CLARKE:
17 MS. DULANEY, I THINK WE HAD LEFT OFF WITH YOU HAD
18 DESCRIBED EXAMINING LINT FROM A TRASH CAN IN MR. WESTERFIELD'S
19 GARAGE, NO. 13, CORRECT?
20 A. YES.
21 Q. DID YOU FIND ANY HAIRS IN THAT LINT?
22 A. YES, I DID.
23 Q. DESCRIBE THEM PLEASE.
24 A. I FOUND THREE HUMAN HAIRS THAT ARE BLOND AND I ALSO
25 FOUND 18 DOG HAIRS.
27 ... THREE HUMAN HAIRS; IS THAT CORRECT?
28 A. THAT'S CORRECT.
10 Q. NOW, THE THREE HUMAN HAIRS; IN ITEM 13, THE LINT,
11 WHERE WERE THEY FOUND BY YOU IN THE LINT?
12 A. TO EXAMINE THE LINT I HAD TO USE A STEREO
13 MICROSCOPE FOR LOW POWER MAGNIFICATION. THAT'S MAGNIFICATION UP
14 TO 60 TIMES. AND IN ORDER TO LOOK THROUGH THE LINT, I HAD TO
15 TAKE PIECES OF IT AND PUT IT UNDER THE MICROSCOPE AND TEASE IT
16 APART WITH FORCEPS, SO EVERYTHING THAT I FOUND INSIDE THE LINT I
17 FOUND BY TEASING IT APART, SO IT WAS ALL EMBEDDED INSIDE THE LINT.
13 Q. I THINK YOU ALSO SAID THAT IN THE LINT YOU FOUND
14 ANIMAL HAIRS; IS THAT CORRECT?
15 A. THAT'S CORRECT.
16 Q. HOW MANY?
17 A. I FOUND 18 ANIMAL HAIRS.