Cops won't say where violent sex offender is in U.S.

Michael Sean Stanley is pictured in this RCMP handout photo. (RCMP Handout)

Michael Sean Stanley is pictured in this RCMP handout photo. (RCMP Handout)

Michael Platt, QMI Agency

, Last Updated: 1:04 AM ET

CALGARY - Morality, it appears, stops at the 49th parallel.

He’s among their children now, Canada’s notorious playground prowler, who once raped an 80-year-old disabled woman in Lethbridge before turning his twisted sex drive to the pursuit of little kids.

Two weeks after 48-year-old Michael Sean Stanley vanished from his Edmonton home and cut off his electronic monitoring bracelet, Canadian officials now know exactly where he is — but they aren’t saying or telling.

Apparently, preventing the creep from attacking children only matters when it’s on the Canadian side of the border.

All justice officials on this side will say is the high-risk offender, with criminal convictions dating back to the 1980s, is somewhere in the U.S. — safe from prosecution and extradition, and apparently, scrutiny.


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