Some great news about UNTOUCHABLE, David Feige’s award-winning documentary

UNTOUCHABLE – Festival Trailer from Meerkat Media on Vimeo.

When the most powerful lobbyist in Florida discovers that the nanny has sexually abused his daughter, he harnesses his extraordinary political power to pass the toughest sex offender laws in the nation. UNTOUCHABLE chronicles his crusade, and its impact on the lives of several of the 800,000 people forced to live under the kinds of laws he has championed. The film interweaves intimate portraits of men and women who have been branded sex offenders with the heartbreaking stories of those who have suffered sexual abuse. It is a film that pushes viewers toward an uncomfortable place, requiring them to walk in the shoes of those who have survived sexual abuse, but to still bear witness to the experiences of those we revile.

For more information:

Available on:
Google Play
and Kanopy

Women Against Registry National would like to offer a debt of gratitude to those who made donations to enable some of our members to participate in the ‘Rally in Tally’ which is part of this incredible documentary. Those taking part in the rally were:

Derek L.
Tom M.
John S.
Bonnie B.
Gary W.
Shirley F.
Kathy F.
Terri B.
Ashley Q.
Sebastian (green poster)
Vicki H.

As advocates we have to make sure Congress

stays ‘woke’ and State Legislators get ‘woke’

to major Criminal Justice Reform

The Dobbs Wire: Untouchable NEWS – streaming starts JAN 15th!

Some great news about UNTOUCHABLE, David Feige’s award-winning documentary…


At last, the film is available for streaming starting JANUARY 15th on Amazon, iTunes, and Google Play.


See it!  Bill Dobbs, The Dobbs Wire


Stream it starting January 15

on Amazon, iTunes and Google Play.

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1 thought on “Some great news about UNTOUCHABLE, David Feige’s award-winning documentary

  1. I want you all to make sure you check out the ongoing case in Indiana Kirby Vs. State of Indiana. It has now been submitted to the Indiana supreme court with an added Amici Brief and has from what I saw the first time where a sitting panel of appeal court judges had made the point that SORNA was punitive and not in an effort to protect the public this is a ongoing case that shows just how SORNA can and does make more victims and in reality protects no one !!!!!

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