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The answer is no, he should not
. See here
for official guidelines for correspondence with federal prison inmates. Nothing in there particularly states that he cannot receive a Power of Attorney. In fact, it is not unusual for inmates to receive legal documents, tax documents, and other business correspondence.
Unless the Power of Attorney is a part of some malicious intent on behalf of him (which of course, it is not), then this matter should not be an issue.
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