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Richard Stallman speech in Barcelona canceled

by John Sullivan Contributions Published on May 10, 2012 02:39 PM

At an event on May 10th in Barcelona, Spain, FSF president Richard Stallman was not feeling well and paramedics were called.

He was taken to the hospital but did not stay overnight. He did not have a heart attack, as has been reported in some places.

He returned to Boston on his previously scheduled flight and is now home safe.

He is well and will make a renewed effort to lose weight.

This text has been updated several times since its initial publication.

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