Bentzion Miller (pictured at right) will be released from prison in Israel this weekend after serving only 2/3 of his sentence. The early release is due to Miller's good behavior. Meanwhile, the yeshiva students he sent as mules to carry the drugs are still in a Japanese prison serving much longer sentences than Miller got.
Miller routed these yeshiva students through Singapore and China, countries where drug smuggling is punishable by death.
Miller was sentenced to three years in prison in September 2010. He was apparently given credit for time served under house arrest before his conviction, along with 1/3 of his sentence dropped for good behavior.
The families of the two yeshiva students still held in Japan are said to be furious at Miller's kid glove treatment and early release.
You can read the entire story in Hebrew on Behadrei Haredim.
Like Shaul Spitzer, the alleged arsonist and attempted murderer, both men were servents of their rebbes. Spitzer was the Skvere Rebbe's butler. Miller was a driver of the Kiryas Joel Satmar Rebbe.
Here is a picture of Miller with the Satmar Rebbe: