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Lady Gaga is not a happy camper.

The singer tweeted in response to today's decision by a judge to sentence Bradley Manning to 35 years in prison for leaking classified documents to WikiLeaks.

 "The news of Bradley Manning's sentencing is devastating," she said. "If our own can't speak up about injustice who will? How will we ever move forward?"

Manning, 25, was convicted last month of multiple charges including violations of the Espionate Act and originally faced up to 90 years in prison.

But the "Applause" singer wasn't the only person in Hollywood who lashed out at the judge's decision.

John Cusack also weighed in on the rulings.

He retweeted a journalists report about Manning's prison sentence and added a bit of his own commentary.

"And mass murdered RT @AmberLyon: Bradley Manning Headed To Prison, While Those Who Presided Over Torture Go Free."

Moby revealed his feelings on the matter as well, saying, "very, very bad news…bradley manning sentenced to 35 years in prison. #BradleyManning"

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