Oklahoma Pastor released from Filipino prison speaking about his time overseas for the first time

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OKLAHOMA CITY –After being arrested in the Phillipines and accused of abusing children, an Oklahoma pastor is speaking out about his time overseas and his release.

In January,  Tom Randall was taken into custody after authorities raided a nursing home and orphanage in Bulacan.

Randall was then accused of molesting 30 children under his care, and was even accused of sending orphaned girls to friends for sex.

The child abuse, human trafficking and molestation charges could have carried a death sentence.

He was behind bars for 22 days before all the charges were dropped in February.

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After returning to the United States, he spoke at a church in Ohio about his time behind bars and the support he received from total strangers.

About 6:45 into the video, he talks about being charged with the crimes.

Also, around 11:10 into the video, he speaks about his health failing.

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