Spoiler: Probably yes.
Interesting. I don't agree or disagree. If Durham's case is really that weak it will be absolutely destroyed before it gets to a court. On the other hand, a good prosecutor only presents enough information to get an indictment. The other information is held back until discovery. The leverage that is acquired by having an indictment is used to intimidate the accused in order to get the accused to seek a deal, and offer information that can be used to further investigations.