Informants Not Named In Senate President Probe

Anyone providing information to  independent investigators in a sexual misconduct case involving state  Senator Stanley Rosenberg's spouse will not have their name publicly  revealed. 

That was the word on Thursday from the Senate ethics committee  which is pursuing the probe. 

The committee wants to know if Rosenberg,  an Amherst Democrat and the former Senate president, broke any Senate  rules related to the alleged misconduct by Bryon Hefner, from whom  Rosenberg has since separated. 

The action comes several days after  Boston media outlets reported possible witnesses in the case weren't  coming forward out of fear of being identified, and then targeted by  Senate members.

(Thanks to Media Partner Lana Jones/WBZ)

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