Gaoled on an unexplained whim?
On Thursday, Ferry was cleared of the witness intimidation charges, which had seen him locked up for four months, after the prosecution said it was offering no evidence on both counts.
Prosecutor Kerry Barker told Gloucester Crown Court: "I don't intend to explain in a public court why those instructing me took the decision they took.
"The reasons why are not a matter that is or should be in the public domain."
Lock him up for four months and then offer no evidence and refuse to explain? Lovely world isn't it.