F1 Race Invader's Books Are Too Important to Pull; Publisher Says Titles Offer Compelling Evidence of Looming Armageddon
Byline: DAVID POWELL
A NORTH Wales publisher says he will not withdraw two books penned by a man arrested during this weekend's British Grand Prix.
Les Broad runs Conwy-based Deunant Books.
The 51-year-old, who has an office at Tan-y-Fron,between Llansannan and Denbigh, says the two religious books written by Father Neil Horan are ``compelling'' and ``too important to pull''.
Horan, 56, was remanded in custody yesterday after appearing before magistrates in Northampton charged with one count of aggravated trespass after an incident at the Silverstone circuit.
He was detained following a protest during Sunday's British Grand Prix in which a kilt-clad man ran on to the track and into the path of the 200mph Formula 1 racingcars.
Mr Broad said yesterday: ``He's a hell of a nice bloke. He really is a good man.''
Formula One fan Mr Broad, who has been to the British Grand Prix atSilverstone,added: ``There's no way I would condone anyone doing this. The man could have killed himself. If one of the cars had hit him the driver would probably have survived but they would have buried this man in six coffins.''
Father Horan apparently wrote to the North Wales firm some time ago asking for his books to be published.
Then Mr Broad's company revamped its website (www.deunantbooks.com) with Colwyn Bay based Blue Sky Technologies Ltd. …