This is from the Tenth Amendment Center. It seems Tennessee legislators in both houses of their legilature, have crafted bills to prevent Federal forces from kidnapping anyone in Tennessee. It also provides penalties for agents of the Federal Government who kidnap citizens under the NDAA.
Quote from the piece: "The Tennessee bill also “makes it a Class E felony for any official,
agent, or employee of the United States government to enforce or attempt
to enforce any federal law, order, rule or regulation that is beyond
the authority granted to the federal government pursuant to the United
States Constitution,” and includes provisions for kidnapping charges if a
federal agent were to detain a U.S. citizen in Tennessee under the
Good! Now where are the rest of the State legislatures?
And finally, the money quote: “If what supporters say is true and the NDAA does not authorize
indefinite detention of Americans, what is the harm in this legislation?
Why would anybody oppose it? It does nothing but serve notice that
state and local officials will not sit back and allow the federal
government to exercise unconstitutional powers – powers supporters claim
don’t exist anyway. It simply affirms a fence that supposedly already
exists. The only rational I can find for opposing this bill is if they
really do want the option of detaining Americans without due process to
remain open,” he said. “You can only oppose this legislation if you
accept the idea that the federal government has the authority to do
whatever it wants with absolutely no check on its actions – Constitution
be damned. If you ask me, that’s a lot scarier than whatever terrorist
threat they claim to be protecting me from.”
Don't ya love it?