Emotions ran high in court as convicted Charleston church shooter Dylann Roof spoke for the first time to the jury that will decide whether he lives or dies. Roof, who is representing himself during the penalty phase, said there's nothing wrong with him psychologically. That was just too much for three people sitting in the section of the courtroom reserved for family and friends of the victims. They walked out as he spoke, with one man declaring, "this is all crap." Prosecutors dropped a bombshell of their own -- Roof's jailhouse diary. In it Roof said he wasn't sorry for what he'd done. "I do not regret what I did
. I am not sorry. I have not shed a tear for the innocent people I killed."