Moses was supposedly found in bullrushes by an Egyptian princess and was raised as part of the Egyptian royal family.
When Moses saw a guard beating up a Jewish slave, why didn’t Moses, as a member of the Egyptian royal family, just order the guard to stop? Why did he have to kill the guard? And even if he did kill the guard, didn’t royalty have the right to kill whoever they wanted to?
Look at European royalty until modern times; they could imprison, torture, and kill whoever they wanted to. I imagine Egyptian royalty would have the same rights.
It just doesn’t add up.