- "I shouldn't have cursed. My bad, Lonnie."
"It's okay, Pop."
- ―Pop and Lonnie Wilson
Lonnie Wilson is the son of Patricia Wilson. He was a regular customer of Pop's Barber Shop, being there when Tone and Shades shot the place up. He was saved by Luke Cage protecting him with his body.
- "Mama, I'm okay. I'm okay. Luke covered me. He said he didn't move because he didn't want them to shoot again."
- ―Lonnie Wilson to his mother
Following the shooting Wilson's mother had come back the shop, worried about her son. Lonnie told her that Cage had protected him and that he was fine. The two of them quickly left the barber shop.
Where is Luke Cage?
With this knowledge the officers picked Wilson, who was on his way home after visiting chess club at school, up and brought him to the police station. At the station Wilson was interrogated by detective Dorsey. Since his mother was nearly a lawyer Wilson wanted to call her. Dorsey first wanted Wilson to answer some questions about Luke Cage. Wilson defended Cage and called Dorsey a liar for calling Cage a cop killer. Since he was not charged with anything Wilson planned to leave. Dorsey angrily stopped Wilson from leaving, pushing Wilson back on his chair and telling him to start talking.
When Wilson did not give Cage his location Dorsey attacked him, which resulted in Wilson bleeding. Other officers at the precint came between them, while Misty Knight checked up on Wilson. Mariah Dillard planned to release photographs of Wilson before and after the attack to the media and used Wilson as an example that the actions of the New York City Police Department were unacceptable.
During the Duel at Malcolm X Boulevard between Luke Cage and Diamondback the citizens of Harlem came out in force to support Cage. Among them was Lonnie Wilson. When Cage looked to be losing the fight Wilson encouraged him. Even with the encouragment Cage was close to losing the fight. Together with the other people on the streets Wilson began to cheer his name, which powered Cage into taking Diamondback down.
- "I don't bang and I don't hang."
- ―Lonnie Wilson
- Patricia Wilson - Mother
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