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I'm assuming that you are in the USA, so if by saying the obstruction of correspondence is referring to your mail, contact the Postal Inspectors at your Post Office. They are very serious about any kind of obstruction within the mail system. You can call them, (the federal numbers are in the front of the phone book) or contact them via the internet. If you have an idea who is obstructing you, let them know. They will take care of it.

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