The days of SAC's 3 and 50 fee structure appear to be rapidly coming to a close (as well as possibly the front doors to 72 Cummings Point road). In what is certainly a harbinger of capital flows from (instead of to for the first time in decades) the legendary and now infamous hedge fund, Institution Investor reports that "at least one well known investor in hedge funds has confirmed that he has requested to redeem his investment in SAC in light of recent reports of probes into the Greenwich, Connecticut-based firm. The investor, who requested anonymity, does emphasize that SAC “has the number one compliance department in the industry.” Nonetheless, recent reports swirling around the firm have led him to request to pull out his clients’ money. “We don’t want to be fickle,” says the manager. “We hate doing this. But, the government seems so intent now in getting them and there are additional SAC-related characters tainted. Some dealt with the same stocks at SAC." And so the expert network insider trading ring, first exposed by Zero Hedge nearly 2 years ago (on Part 1, Part 2 and Part 3) may claim its biggest victim, even in the absence of any criminal or civil charges against company executives: the last thing FOFs and LPs hate is uncertainty, and there is nothing like headline uncertainty that today, in one week, or one year, their capital may be permanently frozen courtesy of a few men in gray suits and a search warrant, which not even the best paid Gerson Lehrman consultant could have foreseen.