Loyola Law School Project for the Innocent Client Andrew Wilson Reunites With His Mother After 32 Years

Loyola Law School Project for the Innocent Client Andrew Wilson Reunites With His Mother After 32 Years

Loyola Law School Project for the Innocent

After 32 years of separation, a Florissant mother is reunited with her son, just in time for Mother’s Day. Andrew Wilson was released from a Los Angeles jail in March. LA County prosecutors rules that his original trial on charges of robbery and murder, was not a fair one. Now, he says his mom has waited long enough. And that he’s here in St. Louis to stay.

“Oh you can only imagine,” said Margie Davis, Wilson’s mother, when asked how it feels to be reunited with her son.  Mother and son sat arm in arm after 3 long decades apart. “It’s great to be home and she’s plenty of fun, she keeps me going,” said Andrew Wilson. Wilson arrived home on Wednesday and says he’s committed to making up for lost time. Read more.