If this fellow is guilty of even half of what's described in this article, then I'm glad to see him extradited on further charges. The article implies that Canadian law had it's shot on "unrelated" child abuse charges, but that everything was kept quiet by our court system. I didn't see any mention of whether he'd been convicted of those "unrelated" charges.
At the same time I'm rather disturbed that such serious charges were hidden from the public eye while this fellow was out on bail. It strikes me that there should have been some precautionary restrictions on that bail, especially for someone being investigated by multiple legal systems.
Yet at the same time, those muzzles on the news mean that if he weren't guilty, his life wouldn't have been muck-raked for the sake of a couple days worth of rating boosts for the 6:00 news. Plus any such muck-raking would have made it real hard to find an untainted jury instead of a lynch mob.
Either way, one thing is worth noting: this one didn't get away without facing charges from multiple courts. That's some serious investigative dollars from a number of nation's LE coffers. It's a good investment of tax dollars for a change, instead of flailing at unwinnable "wars" with social morality issues.