A white supremacist had plans to bomb a synagogue in Pueblo. The 27-year-old's plan to blow the building off the map was deterred by law enforcement.

Our tax dollars doing good work, that's what I call this story.

According to Denver 7, this man thought he had been meeting with other white supremacists, discussing how he wanted to blow up the Temple Emanuel in Pueblo.

They played him until he took possession of what he thought were bombs from the operatives.

Before his arrest, he had stated to the undercover operatives that he didn't care if anybody would be in the temple at the time of the bombing because they would be Jews.

If convicted, the man who worked at a King Soopers in Pueblo could be sentenced to 20 years and a fine of up to $250,000.

Get more on the case and the heroes who put this man behind bars from Denver 7 HERE.