http://www.nj.com/news/index.ssf/20...er_a.html?utm_medium=referral&utm_source=t.co He spat out epithets for African-Americans, Hispanics and Asian Indians, fellow officers said. He called women "whores" and said a pregnant officer's baby "should be killed," the colleagues said. The combustible allegations are contained in statements — obtained by The Star-Ledger — that Edison police officers made to an internal affairs investigator about their controversial sergeant, Alex Glinsky. Glinsky, 49, retired last year after pleading guilty to unrelated departmental charges. But he recently landed a job that again put him in uniform and in close contact with the public: screening passengers at Newark Liberty International Airport, one of several airports where the Transportation Security Administration documented cases of racial profiling in a report last year. The Star-Ledger, which revealed some of the claims against Glinsky in a two-part series on the Edison Police Department earlier this month, confirmed his employment with the TSA last week. Days after the inquiry, Glinsky and the federal agency parted ways. TSA spokeswoman Lisa Farbstein declined to say whether Glinsky resigned or was fired. Farbstein would say only that Glinsky, a part-time screener at a security checkpoint, no longer worked for the agency. She said TSA policy prohibited her from releasing Glinsky’s salary or hire date. A request placed through the Freedom of Information Act is pending.