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Idaho murders: Kaylee Goncalves' LinkedIn account was 'active' 12 hours AFTER 911 call, says sister

In the video posted online, Kaylee's sister Alivea shows a screenshot that reveals Kaylee's ‘online’ status on LinkedIn at 11:33 am on November 13
Kaylee Goncalves and three others were killed on November 13 (Instagram/@kayleegoncalves)
Kaylee Goncalves and three others were killed on November 13 (Instagram/@kayleegoncalves)

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MOSCOW, IDAHO: As the investigation of the University of Idaho murder continues, a new video is circulating on social media platforms that appears to show Kaylee Goncalves' sister Alivea showing a screenshot of Kaylee’s LinkedIn profile. The video was posted on several social media platforms including Reddit where the voiceover on the video reportedly said that the screenshot revealed that Kaylee’s account was ‘online’ at 11:33 am of November 13, which was 12 hours after the initial 911 call was made. 

The video also revealed that the account was shortly deactivated after this. Kaylee's LinkedIn account now supposedly shows a message — "The content is unwanted or harmful" — as the reason for deactivation. The voiceover on the video also claimed that Alivia also showed one email where she messaged the Moscow PD to ask "Why they deleted Kaylee’s LinkedIn," to which the police department reportedly replied, “It was illegal for them to do that and it was not them.” The video then ends with a question asking who was logged into Kaylee’s LinkedIn, and why only her LinkedIn profile was deactivated while her other social media accounts are still active.


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Several netizens pitched in and expressed their thoughts on the new information as one person wrote on Reddit, “Probably LinkedIn. Social media companies often deactivate accounts of high profile suspects or victims in cases.” Another argued saying, “This happened 12 hours after the murder. The names had not been released at that point. Linked in wouldn't have deactivated this account, certainly not at that point.” Someone noted, “A hollowed-out green circle indicates that someone is not actively using LinkedIn but has push notifications enabled on mobile.” “The same day though? There wouldn't have even been an obituary or anything to verify a death,” yet another user remarked. 





Many also wondered about another victim in the quadruple homicide, Madison Mogen, and her LinkedIn profile. One person revealed the answer on Reddit, saying, “I just checked. Hers is active… super depressing though. She’s so well-spoken and seems pretty driven. No doubt she had a bright future ahead of her. RIP angels…” “I don't know exactly what triggers LinkedIn specifically to deactivate an account, but maybe (just an example) there were some very disturbing/troll comments on Kaylee's account, but not Maddie's, or some friend of Kaylee or police contacted LinkedIn and requested it deactivated? I'm open to other ideas (e.g., someone else accessing Kaylee's account). Lots of things seem possible at this point,” another added. “I wish I had other theories but yeah I mean any of what you said sounds a million times more legit than “killer deactivated it,” yet another user remarked.




Meanwhile, as it was earlier reported, Kaylee Goncalves, 21, Ethan Chapin, 20, Xana Kernodle, 20, and Madison Mogen, 21 were fatally stabbed in their off-campus house more than six weeks ago, on November 13. The Moscow Police Department stated on Tuesday, December 27, "Investigators believe someone has information that adds context to what occurred on the night of the murders and continues requesting additional pictures, video, and social media content. Our focus remains on the investigation, not an individual’s activities displayed in the tip. Whether you believe it is significant or not, your information might be one of the puzzle pieces that help solve these murders." Moscow police are also asking anyone with information on the incident to call them at (208) 883-7054 or email them to