(25 January 1866 – 25 May 1936)
Ottoman military officer and head judge of the Turkish Courts-Martial of 1919–1920
Also known as "Nemrud" Mustafa Pasha, Mustafa Yamulki was the head judge of the Turkish Courts-Martial of 1919–1920 since the day of its creation on February 1919. The Courts-Martial's was later known for condemning Talat, Enver, Cemal, and others to death for their role in the massacres against Armenians. "Nemrud" Mustafa Pasha had a reputation for being honest and was instrumental in exposing the crimes and corruption scandals of the Ottoman empire during World War I. Due to his open accusations against the massacres, "Nemrud" Mustafa Pasha was sentenced to three months imprisonment. The sentences he gave which condemned various Turkish officials for conducting massacre were overturned.