1. Pan of alleged regional Zeta cartel boss Luis Jesus Sarabia, alias "Pepito Sarabia" and "Z-44", escorted by masked soldiers into media room at SIEDO (Organised Crime Special Investigation Unit)
2. Mid of photographers
3. Wide of Sarabia standing
5. Tilt up from hands to face of Luis Jesus Sarabia - his face appears bruised and one of his arms is in a cast, but it is not clear when he sustained these injuries
6. Mid Luis Jesus Sarabia standing
7. Close Sarabia's face
8. Close camera
9. Wide of detainees (left) Luis Jesus Sarabia and (right) Jose Rolando de los Santos Herrera, who was with Sarabia at the time of his arrest
10. Pan from Jose Rolando de los Santos Herrera to Luis Jesus Sarabia
11. Close up of masked soldier
12. Wide of press conference with army general Ricardo Trevilla and Guillermina Cabrera, head of the anti-drug unit at the attorney general's office
13. SOUNDBITE (Spanish) General Ricardo Trevilla, Army spokesman:
"By the end of year 2010, he was assigned as regional chief for that group for the states of Coahuila, Aguascalientes and San Luis Potosi. It was during the time he was performing this task when an attack occurred against two special agents of the US Immigration and Customs Enforcement."
14. Wide press conference
15. SOUNDBITE (Spanish) General Ricardo Trevilla , Army spokesman:
"Luis Jesus Sarabia Ramon is responsible for giving the orders to kill more than 50 people, of the kidnapping and extortion of at least 20 businessmen in various regions of the country as well as a large number of aggressions against police forces and soldiers."
Mexican forces have captured Luis Jesus Sarabia, an alleged leader of the Zetas drug gang in three northern states who is also suspected in the killing of a US immigration agent last year.
Authorities on Friday announced that soldiers and local police captured Sarabia on Wednesday in Garcia, a town in the northern state of Nuevo Leon.
Sarabia, and another suspect who was with him at the time of the arrest, were presented to the media in Mexico City on Friday.
Authorities believe Sarabia is a confidant of top Zeta leader Heriberto Lazcano Lazcano and Miguel Angel Trevino and was in charge of operations in the states of Coahuila, Aguascalientes and San Luis Potosi.
It was in San Luis Potosi last February that gunmen attacked US Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents Jaime Zapata and Victor Avila as they drove on a
Zapata was killed and Avila injured.
Sarabia, alias "Pepito Sarabia" and "Z-44", ia also suspected in at least 50 killings, most involving members of a rival cartel.