Richard Holzer, the 27-year-used suspected white supremacist arrested after allegedly planning to bomb a Colorado synagogue, regarded in federal court Friday.
Holzer, who regarded with his public defender, waived his preliminary hearing, ABC Denver affiliate KMGH reported.
He is been charged with making an strive to obstruct spiritual exercise by force using explosives and fire.
He allegedly told an undercover FBI agent that he hoped to poison people of the Temple Emanuel synagogue in Pueblo, Colorado, and claimed he had paid off a “Mexican cook dinner to hex and poison” attendees by putting arsenic in the water pipes, in step with an arrest affidavit.
The undercover agent linked with Holzer via a Fb memoir that portrayed her as a white girl supportive of white supremacy ideology. Holzer allegedly told her he became as soon as “a skinhead” and feeble Ku Klux Klan member, sending her photos of himself carrying garments that featured symbols linked to white supremacy.
The FBI stated the memoir became as soon as one of several that Holzer allegedly archaic to “promote white supremacy ideology” and racially motivated acts of violence. At one point, he posted in a community chat: “I wish the holocaust truly did occur … they dangle to die.”
Court documents impart Holzer first suggested the foundation to attack the synagogue with Molotov cocktails, but later decided he’d need one thing stronger. The brokers told Holzer they’ll also make pipe bombs and dynamite from out of whisper.
On Oct. 31, he told the undercover brokers he planned to battle via with the attack on Nov. 1. According to the affidavit, Holzer “stated that he wished to position the Synagogue on the ground and demolish it.”
On Nov. 1, Holzer met three undercover FBI brokers at a hotel. They showed him pipe bombs and dynamite. That’s when he became as soon as arrested, at which point Holzer allegedly waived his Miranda rights and confessed.
Holzer’s subsequent court look is discipline for Nov. 25.
ABC News’ Karma Allen and Clayton Sandell contributed to this document.