UPDATE: 5:50PM EST
Two security sources tell Reuters that Mubarak is unconscious and is on a respirator and not clinically dead as previously reported. Security official say the former leader is on life support.
Gen. Mamdouh Shahin, a member of the Supreme Council of the Armed Forces, told CNN-
"He is not clinically dead as reported, but his health is deteriorating and he is in critical condition."
Adel Saeed, the official spokesman of the Egyptian prosecutor, had said earlier-
"We were informed by prison authority that Mubarak's heart has stopped and they used electric shocks and CPR to resurrect him. He is now on an artificial respirator and doctors from the armed forces and International Medical Center will inspect him."
UPDATE: 5:35PM EST
Mubarak's lawyer makes statement saying that the ousted leader is not dead.
Former President of Egypt Hosni Mubarak is clinically dead, according to multiple news sources.
Egyptian state news agency says Mubarak's heart stopped beating, not responding to defibrillation.
After falling in and out of consciousness, the ousted former dictator is said to be clinically dead today inside the intensive care ward of Torah prison hospital in Cairo.
It was reported earlier today that Mubarak had suffered a stroke.
Mubarak has been held in at the ward since he was sentenced on June 2nd for failing to prevent the killing of protesters during the uprising that forced him out of office in February 2011.
For days leading up to his death, Mubarak was said to be slipping in and out of consciousness and was being fed liquids intravenously. Mubarak also lost consciousness several times on Sunday and officials have said he is suffering from high blood pressure, depression and breathing difficulties.
His two sons, Gamal and Alaa, were by his side, Egyptian officials confirmed. They are being held at Torah prison awaiting trial on insider trading charges.