In the end of The Lord of the Flies, the boys' rescuer, the Naval Officer, does not comprehend what is really happening, terming it "all fun and games".
Can we assume that the savages, especially Jack and Roger, go totally unpunished?
Ralph is there to speak against them, but he is practically the only one (littleuns don't really count) and he participated in the killing of Simon. This means that telling the Adults is incriminating himself as well.
So will the 'savages' grow up secretly knowing that savagery goes unpunished?