To date no conclusion can be made as to the contributor to the incident and it would be sub judice to say so.
You have a book coming out about it [written by Daily Beast contributor Diane Dimond, with the Salahis' cooperation].
“Davis needs to run a perfect campaign,” said political strategist Mark McKinnon, who is also a contributor to The Daily Beast.
A contributor to several Web sites, she writes about Latin food on her blog Hungry Sofia.
Jeff Madrick is a contributor to The New York Review of Books and a former economics columnist for the New York Times.
When Punch was founded, in 1841, he at once became a contributor, and he continued the connection until his death.
And then I went in and concluded business negotiations with our contributor.
It certainly showed immense confidence in his contributor to do that; and yet the poems were a great success.
But this was evidently Dr. Gunther's first experience as a contributor to the press.
And from a contributor he proceeded to be first assistant-editor and then editor in chief of the Encyclopædia.
also contributer, mid-15c., from Anglo-French contributour, from Vulgar Latin *contributorem, agent noun from contribut-, stem of contribuere (see contribution). Related: Contributory (early 15c.).