Roof, 22, was found guilty this week of the racist massacre of nine black worshippers as they prayed in a church in Charleston, South Carolina. Now, his trial is moving on to consider whether or not he should be given the death penalty. According to a motion he filed, handwritten, the white supremacist killer said he wouldn’t be calling on mental health experts to testify because he doesn’t believe in psychology. ‘It is a Jewish invention and does nothing but invent diseases and tell people they have problems when they don’t,’ he wrote separately in a journal. He also fired his entire legal team and is now going to act as his own lawyer during the death penalty phase of his trial, which starts on January 3. Roof opened fire on an historic African-American church, the Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal church, on June 17, 2015.