Lewis puts it to the witness he didn't mention the name of Julian Assange's' partner his report.
He says "she had concerns about confidentiality."
"I do not accept that, you have a duty to the court," Lewis replies.
"I was trying to be diplomatic and respectful"
Kopelman adds that between his first and second reports her name became public and it is in the second report.
Breaking: Arthur Schwartz, a close advisor to Donald #Trump junior has been recorded by a journalist saying he had helped have Julian Assange removed from the ecuadorian embassy, "on the orders of the President," Assange's extradition hearing has heard.
The claim came from Cassandra Fairbanks, a Trump supporter, in a sworn statement read out at London's Central Criminal Court #Assange
She also states that Schwarz had told her about #Assange "A pardon isn't going to f*cking happen," and that "Assange should be killed and everyone involved with WikiLeaks should be executed.
Proceedings resume, defence now re-examining computer scientist Christian Grofhoth. #Assange
Witness says that Guardian journalist David Leigh pressured Assange to give him the passcode to the decrypted files telling him "You could be in an ornage jumpsuit heading to Guantamo bay before you release them." #AssangeCase
Judge enters and proceedings resume. the next witness is Khalid El Masri, who we are waiting to join by video link. #Assange
We are now having a legal discussion if the witness should have to appear at all.
The US government side says it needs to cross-examine the witness as there is one part of his evidence, that American pressure on the German government over his case was revealed by Wikileaks, they cannot accept.
Proceedings resume at the Julian #Assange extradition case, court told that they are still awaiting an interpreter for the next witness so will be reading some evidence into the record.
Jennifer Robinson written statement says she was with Assange that a US congressmen Dana Rohrabacher and a Charles Johnson met him
President Trump was aware of and approved the visit and was willing to offer a pardon if he would say the source of the DNC leaks was not Russia
The lawyer for the US government states while they don't challenge that was said but we challenge the truth of it. #Trump
A wee story about my attitude to court reporting.
The very first case I covered was in 2010, the perjury trial of Scottish politician Tommy Sheridan, and for the whole first week, not knowing any better I just wrote down exactly what happened (the judge came in, this guy said that etc, etc)
On the Friday of that week I added a comment about how sad it was that it had come to this, what a tragedy it was.
Then I went to the pub to decompress a little with the other reporters.