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    There's a ton of buzz around Seattle over an old police comedy skit that was added to the end of an official police training video back in 1986 called "Under The Viaduct". One of the officers in the comedy skit is the current Assistant Police Chief Jim Pugel.

    Assistant Chief Pugel decided to release the only copy of this film to survive - the master copy, since he is scheduled to become the new Seattle Chief of Police at the end of May. No one at SPD could take the chance that a pirate copy of this film might appear after Jim Pugel's promotion.

    While the skit was produced in 1986, it was attached to more than one training video and was in department circulation up to the late 90's, thus explains the holiday message at the end of this Christmas 1989 edition video. Video attachments between training films were varied and numerous.

    Assistant Chief Jim Pugel said he would release the master video online. I believe that this upload by "spdblotter" is his release. Note that youtube comments have been disabled.

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      Oh, it's about the police. I saw SPD and the only thing that came to mind was Power Rangers.
      Don't pay any attention to the evil spirited and dead of heart. They're not worth your time.
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        That's cool. SPD can be taken many ways.

        The only thing that surprises me on the video is the 1985 Dodge Diplomat as a police cruiser.
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