Lan Yu (general)
Lan Yu (d. 1393) was a Chinese general who contributed to the founding of the Ming Dynasty. He is counted among the 10 Muslim Defenders of the Ming (十回保明). His ancestral home was in present-day Dingyuan County, Anhui. In 1393 Lan was suspected and accused of plotting a rebellion and eventually put to death by the Hongwu Emperor. About 15,000 people were implicated in the case and executed.
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... second lunar month of 1393, a Jinyi Wei (secret police) commander Jiang Huan (蔣瓛) accused LanYu of plotting a rebellion and a search was conducted in Lan ... The Hongwu Emperor immediately had LanYu put to death on a charge of treason ... LanYu's clan was exterminated to the third degree and his properties confiscated ...