Campfield was around before he was a senator, he's just been elevated, if you don't loke it blame Knoxville.
This was drug crime. The motive in this case was robbery. The only relvence race plays in this story is that a sick and twisted want to be minute-woman decided that in Ariziona she and her friends could get away with murdering a hispanic family.
The fact that she was on the fringes of groups like the minutemen give the story legs, but really isn't part of it. She was kicked out of the minutemen, and she was asked to leave a meeting of a second similar organization for being too violent.
Strange I lived in Eastern MA in 2001 and I don't recall hearing about this overlay, internet research confirms you are correct.
I lived in Eastern MA. There is no overlay between 617 and 781 there was a split. 781 numbers were at one time all (or now almost all) 617 numbers.
I live in Smithville we have 5-6 615 exchanges, that 50,000-60,000 thousand numbers, add in Wilson, Rutherford, and Williamson and I bet you get a couple hundred thousands numbers easily.
Craig C. I doubt it, because then you would have neighbors calling neighbors with long distance charges. The orginal plan in Massachusetts years ago was to create a new area code just for cell phones it did not work out for some reason, so then they went to the overlapping area codes, again no go because of long distance charges. Finally outlying areas got a new code, same numbers just a new area code, and those exchanges and numbers were used as needed in Boston.
Having lived through one split 617 into 781 in MA, here's what will happen. All of the outlying counties will be switched to a new area code, say 782 or whatever, those exchanges and numbers will be recycled into 615.
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