Update on the rapper

FoxNews reports that:

Hall, a soldier out of Fort Stewart in Georgia, recorded a rap song last July called "Stop Loss” after he was notified that his military contract was being extended. Army soldiers who are "stop-lossed" must complete additional tours of duty.Army Spc. Marc Hall, Courtesy of Stars and Stripes

In his song, Hall raps about walking up to soldiers and "surprising them all" with 30 rounds set to a "three-round burst." Another lyric says: “Still against the war / I grab my M4/ Spray and watch all the bodies hit the floor/ I bet you’ll never stop-loss nobody no more.”

He sent a copy to the Pentagon, posted it on his Web site and gave copies to soldiers in his unit.

In December, Jim Klimaski, of Klimaski & Associates, got a call from Hall, and he represented him in civilian court until last month. At the time, he was seeking a trial in the U.S. But that request was denied and now Hall is being held at Camp Arifajan in Kuwait awaiting a command decision on whether to go to trial.