Yesterday the Torygraph
quoted Otis saying there would be “mayhem” in the approach to the election expected next May. Today protester Otis Ferry has had guns and other property seized by police after a raid on his home. I suspect those two events are correlated. Officers took away legally-held guns, a computer and other items after an extensive search of the 21-year-old’s house on the outskirts of Shrewsbury.
Otis is currently on police bail following his arrest after the incident and has since vowed to defy a ban on hunting when it comes into force in February. Ferry, who is the joint master of the South Shropshire Hunt, stormed the Houses of Parliament in September during a debate on fox hunting.
You read here first, and I read it in the Shropshire Star.