Prague – A Czech court again acquitted Czech-Canadian Vladimir Stwora, who posted a controversial article on the Holocaust on his website, of charges of support and promotion of movements aimed at suppressing human rights and freedoms.The court acquitted Stwora of the charges last December but an appeals court returned the case for reappraisal.The attorney appealed the verdict on the spot. The case will therefore move to the appeals court again. Originally, a court imposed a 10-month suspended sentence with a two-year probation on Stwora who appealed the decision.