Well, it does, actually, for most Canadians.
In terms of victims, we're talking about victims in a foreign jurisdiction, because Canadians who are convicted and incarcerated in a foreign jurisdiction have committed crimes in a foreign jurisdiction against foreign victims. They are being brought back to Canada in circumstances in which there may be victims in Canada who would somehow be affected. If I were acting for those victims in Canada, I would be happy to have them back, because they could actually be charged and punished properly in Canada for what they did. I don't see how that's a problem. I think it is helping victims to bring them back in those circumstances, not the reverse.
Also, I don't quite understand the philosophy here, because what you have are people who have been convicted in a foreign jurisdiction who are going to come back to Canada at some point in time anyway.