The Czech Constitutional Court (US) rejected on Tuesday a complaint by Ingeborg Casarova, 85, who was forced to stay in an internment camp for Germans after the second world war for several years and failed to be rehabilitated by court, even though the court admitted that her family faced restricted freedom. The law on court rehabilitation does not apply to this particular case. Casarova did not attend the hearing. The US stressed that Casarova from Sumperk, North Moravia, came to the camp before 1948 when the Communists took over power in Czechoslovakia. A reinvestigation of the legal actions taken immediately after the WW2 by public authorities that led to restricted freedom and property sanctions would mean the reassessment of the period when some fundamental attributes of a democratic state were preserved, US judge rapporteur Ludvik David said.