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[[Forrest Gump]] is compelled to become involved in an '''insider trading''' scheme by [[Ivan Bozosky]]. Ivan takes him to [[New York City]] to work for his firm, where he is instructed to sign papers without reading them, thus becoming the [[Wikipedia:fall guy|fall guy]] for Ivan's illegal scheme.
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[[Forrest Gump]] is compelled to become involved in an '''insider trading''' scheme by [[Ivan Bozosky]] in the ''[[Gump & Co.]] sequel novel. Ivan takes him to [[New York City]] to work for his firm, where he is instructed to sign papers without reading them, thus becoming the [[Wikipedia:fall guy|fall guy]] for Ivan's illegal scheme.
   
 
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Latest revision as of 19:09, 20 February 2014

The subject of this article:

  • exists in the Forrest Gump novel canon (including Gump & Co.)
  • is not mentioned in the Forrest Gump film canon

Forrest Gump is compelled to become involved in an insider trading scheme by Ivan Bozosky in the Gump & Co. sequel novel. Ivan takes him to New York City to work for his firm, where he is instructed to sign papers without reading them, thus becoming the fall guy for Ivan's illegal scheme.

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