BOSTON (CBS) – Occupy Boston has pulled two members from its finance team for their lack of transparency and accountability.

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The group, which is seeking more transparency in financial institutions has excluded Paul Carnes and Sidney Sherrel from financial decisions.

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The pair allegedly didn’t follow the group’s rules when it comes to spending money and organizing a fundraiser.

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Occupy member Nadeem Mazen says the actions of one of the accused were in poor taste.

WBZ NewsRadio 1030’s Bernice Corpuz reports

He says Paul was using his spending, “To appropriate channels of power and channels of influence.”

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Mazen hopes this incident will serve as a lesson for financial institutions and the government to address failures transparently.