If that’s the extent of your evidence I’ll maintain my scepticism over the claim you made earlier.
Edit to add: Pinochet was arrested on the basis of an international warrant signed by a judge in Spain. He was held under house arrest in UK while extensive legal wrangles played out in court. He was eventually released when Jack Straw, the labour Home Secretary of the time, ruled that he was to be returned to Chile for rather tenuous health reasons, over the objections of several other European nations and NGOs. I’ve no brief for any political party but I can’t see anything in the circumstances of this case that justify your accusation that this was about labour taking petty revenge against Pinochet.
Plus the left in general and Labour in particular did not need the Falklands as a reason to do everything they could to 'get' Pinochet, he'd been one of their bête noires ever since he came to power.