The national media and the attention of the whole country has turned to Ferguson, Missouri, in the past week following the shooting of an unarmed black teenager by a police officer.

But what about the families of all of the other Americans that are killed in senseless violence throughout this country?

Martha MacCallum gave one example: the murder of 19-year-old Brendan Tevlin, who was shot to death in a robbery in New Jersey in late June.

"I can only imagine his community watches this and says where was the outrage over what happened to this boy?" Martha said, noting that the Tevlin case was different than the Michael Brown death, which involved a police officer.

Then she pointed out the death of 17-year-old Devonte Carthan, reportedly shot while he rode his bike on Chicago's South Side late at night.

MacCallum asked radio hosts David Webb and Leslie Marshall for their thoughts.

Watch the segment above.