TMZ states: "Camacho is reportedly brain-dead ... and doctors have said he will need a miracle to survive." Well, either he's not really brain dead, or he's going to need a bring-the-dead-back-to-life miracle.
UPDATE: In a new entry, TMZ continues the confusion: "According to the rep, Camacho's family made the decision to remove him from life support after doctors declared he was brain dead." Once doctors declare him dead, the family's rights to continue life support are severely curtailed; at least that's the way things generally work in the fifty states. Maybe they have rights to keep up life support for some number of hours for religious rituals or the like. I would doubt they would have much more say than that. So declaring that the family "made a decision" at least implies that the family had a substantial say in the matter when, in fact, they probably did not. TMZ reinforces the misperception that brain death is not really death. (More precisely, the law treats brain death as death; of course, one can always disagree.)