The new prosecutor Elena Artemenko, who had intervened Ilmi Umerov’s case on June 28, did not want to get acquainted with the materials of his case. Therefore, the meeting was postponed until July 5th.
Today in Simferopol the “court session” on the case of the Deputy Chairman of the Mejlis of the Crimean Tatar People Ilmi Umerov was postponed to the next Wednesday with regard to the replacement of the occupational prosecutor…
We know that one fine day all "courts" over the Crimean Tatars will be annulled, and today's "prosecutors", "judges", "investigators" will take places of defendants due the flight of Russian occupiers from Crimea ...”
Reference: May 12, 2016, the FSB in the Crimea initiated a criminal case against the Deputy Chairman of the Mejlis Ilmi Umerov under art. 280.1 for allegedly calling to actions that threaten the territorial integrity of the Russian Federation on the air of the ATR. Umerov stated that his words in the program had been interpreted incorrectly.
Umerov was issued a travel ban. To undergo a psychiatric examination Umerov was forcibly placed in a psychiatric hospital, where he experienced serious health problems. September 7, Russian occupants released Umerov from a psychiatric hospital, but later several times summoned him for questioning.
Reportedly, the case against Ilmi Umerov was transferred to Judge Andrei Kulishov. Andrei Kulishov (according to information posted on the website "Peacemaker"), is wanted by law enforcement agencies of Ukraine for violation of the oath of the judge and he is suspected under Article 111 of the Criminal Code of Ukraine "high treason" (source: Crimea. Realities).