to remove the complaint. Is it possible? The USPS supervisor lied to me about she & her staff forwarding my mails without my knowledge. I think they did couple times in the past but I've no proof until now. I filed Criminal charge complaint and got ignored so I decided to file Civil. Anyway, I was late on several of my major bills as I only make payments if I receive the bills (that's why there are paper bills not ebills). I've biz and personal bills which is hard to keep track and remember which/what being paid yet as working 7 days a week. Anyway, the first letter stated I failed to file an Administrative claim and cited for no ground & asked to remove out of the complaint. My question is how I can fight this? I want to continue to sue USPS. What are the appropriate steps?Yes, there are harms on my part (late fee, lawsuit dropped). Ps: why little people like us can't sue the Federal Employees? They have the perks by having DA/Attorneys to take care of them for free while I have to shed out my own money to hire my own attorneys to fight it. If I steal someone personal mails and hide it in my house, I would be throw in jail for it. But if fed employees did it, then it is OK? It is just so wrong.