JOHN NORRIS: Hi, I'm John Norris...
SERENA ALTSCHUL: And I'm Serena Altschul and welcome to "The
Week In Rock" coming to you this week from Panama
City Beach Florida, which can only mean it's time for Spring
Break again, Spring Break '97.
SERENA: It's been pretty insane down here, we're going to
show you some of the music and all the madness, some partying
spring breakers, but first we're going to check into the New
York City studio where they're going to bring us all the top
stories of the week.
KURT: Thanks, guys, John and Serena will have more from
Panama City in a bit, but first, here's a look at some of the
week's other stories. MTV News this week reported on Tuesday
that it had obtained a 29-page document prepared by police in
Compton, California, which was attached to a motion filed in
court by attorneys for Death Row Records chief Suge Knight.
This document reveals that, only days after the shooting
in Las Vegas of rapper Tupac Shakur last September, cops
already had the name of the man gang informants say pulled
the trigger. It should be emphasized that this document is
based on the word of informants, and does not, in itself,
constitute proof of anything, that must be done in court.
However, the Compton Police document does contain a startling
account of the events that led up to Shakur's killing, and a
shot-by-shot chronicle of the five-day blood bath that
followed it, a gang war that apparently left three men dead
and 10 wounded.
To get the full story, go to the MTV News Special Report
on the murder of Tupac Shakur.To get back to "The
Week In Rock," simply click on The Week In Rock link
in the right hand frame under News.
KURT: On Wednesday, Orlando Anderson gave an exclusive
interview to CNN, in which he said he did not kill Tupac